A mainstream comedy dipped in R-rated gravy. The story is pure formula: Two goofs in L.A. (Paul Rudd and Seann William Scott) get in trouble with the law and are given a choice: 30 days in the hoosegow or 150 days of community service. They end up working for a Big Brother-style program, with one guy assigned to Augie (Christopher Mintz-Plasse from Superbad
), a gawky teen whose life is built around an elaborate medieval role-playing game, while the other is paired with Ronnie (Bobb'e J. Thompson), a 10-year-old with a obscenity-filled vocabulary and a bad temper. The comedy is tremendously rude and vulgar, but it made me laugh and it made me care about the characters. 99 minutes. DVD INFO: Includes a commentary track, deleted scenes, outtakes and featurettes.