(This review may contain spoilers).
I have watched this film before, but it never fails to amuse me; and this time was no exception.
While there was a serious lack of observation on many of the characters’ parts in this movie, it was an entertaining one to watch. The two main characters were humorous and easily relate-able and I enjoyed seeing their interactions as well as the conflicts between them and the other agents.
While the very first scene was a bit over the top, it did do a good job of setting the tone for the rest of the movie. It was good to see Marcus’ relationship with his wife, although I did feel she came across as very high-maintenance.
While some of the jokes were crude and also a little much, it was amusing to see two grown men trying to pretend to be young women. I found it especially funny seeing them trying to act like they knew people Brittany and Tiffany did. At the same time, it was cool to see that they did form friendships and there were some really sweet moments between them and the three girls.
I did have a lot of sympathy for Marcus, as I felt he was not only dragged into bad situations by Kevin, but he was also left to deal with Latrell on his own. Kevin really should have been a better brother/partner to him.
It was good to see that there was quite a bit of focus on Marcus and Kevin trying to solve the case and I thought, even with the humour, at least Marcus was trying to stay on track. There were quite a few moments where I cringed in sympathy with him.
I did think there were some good elements of foreshadowing, in particular with Marcus being lactose-intolerant. And the fashion show towards the end of the movie was especially amusing.
All in all, this film was one I would definitely watch again, having already watched it several times through. It is rude in places, but if you like crude humour and an involving storyline, I would recommend giving this a try.