Surprisingly, given how random and convoluted the story and events are, this film is a great deal of fun. It gets by on its zingers and only stumbles when it offers two unfunny sight gags. Still amazed, though, how much I laughed and enjoyed myself. Think this could contribute to the fact that there have been few straight-forward comedies in theaters for a while (last one was "Wedding Ringer," which I also liked).
I don't think I'll ever be successful in any endeavor I undertake. My dreams are nothing but figments of a future that was created in my mind by years of pop culture banality. I want to end it all. And after seeing this movie, all of the above has been confirmed. Eat shitty food. Beat your kids. Take narcotics. Drink. Die alone. Nothing matters as humanity led to this film. Abandon all you love, then swallow razors.