A remarkable example of how a single actor can ruin an entire movie. Yes, I'm looking at you David Schultz. You would be hard pressed to find a less funny, less talented actor, even if you were stranded on a desert island with a thousand Wal-Mart customer greeters. Though, I have to admit, the scene with Richard Tyson had me cracking up...hence the 31 points.
The idea of the movie spoofing the people behind the shitty spoof movies we were getting flooded with is an okay idea. I mean, there have been a lot of shitty spoofs... but this isn't remotely clever. It's not fun sitting through a movie that's trying way too hard to be funny, just for a little laugh here and there. It's as fucking dumb as the movies it spoofs and no, that's not okay if it's 'the point.' Intentionally bad is a fine line, and it can work well, but it doesn't here.