What I deem to be good people are involved in this, so I've got no reason for it to be as bad as it is. The insistence on Paul Rudd playing a straight man even in his Own Peoples' movie bothers me. He's better when he's the funny guy, because Jennifer Aniston sure as shit can't do that part. They're both the straight man. Maybe that's the problem. Anyway, it's bad, except for that part where they say normal words in funny voices. Sure as shit, brothers.