I saw this yesterday with my wife. The first thirty minutes might have you ready to walk out, but I enjoyed the rest of the movie once the premise was set. There were only a couple of scenes of out loud laughable material and two instances where I just sat there giggling at the silliness of the scene, but much of the movie did keep a smile on my face. . Don't expect to have continuous laugh out loud moments. It's not that type of movie. Most of it is very dry, accept the concept and take it in. There are also scenes where you have to scope out the whole frame in order to take in some of the not so obvious items. At the price of movies today, you may want to take this rather inconsistant movie in as a matinee or just wait for the rental. I do put it above the Royal Tenenbaums and The Life Aquatic.
Home Theater Man Cave: Onkyo 7.1 Klipsch LaScala Mains, Shortened LaScala Klone Center, Klipsch Academy Surrounds and Rears; Panasonic AE8000, Panasonic BDP 460, 117" DIY Screen.
Garage Man Cave: LaScala Industrial Splits; Second hand Denon Amp