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.
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.