6 September 2003 | daubreywhite
A travesty--and very painful to watch
I think that, at some point, there was a good script behind this film. In the process of producing it, though, things went wrong. Hideously wrong.
There are some extremely biting jokes in this film, and that is the best I can say about it.
If, indeed, the film did start out with a good script, then shame on the filmmakers for ruining it.
If this film started out nearly as bad as it ended up being, then the actors must have been desperate; Wayans and Krakowski, for publicity, Baranski, for money, and Kudrow, for....
You really have to wonder why Lisa Kudrow was in this film. She doesn't need the money, and she doesn't need the fame. What she needs is to break into the movies (something certain "Friends" stars can't seem to manage), and you can see from a mile away that this is not going to help her do that.
Don't pay to watch this. Don't even spend your time on it.