This movie was an overwhelming experience, to say the least. There are some brilliant moments (i.e. two characters getting close to each other through jump cuts) and some hilarious jokes. It's not a great movie, but it deserves credit for its boldness and it's self-awareness.
I've unfortunately seen this movie more times than I would like to admit (everyone has THAT one film that fits this description). However, there is a bizarre, almost anarchic quality to it. It certainly should be better due to the partnership of Louis C.K. and Chris Rock, but there are some moments of inspired nonsense.
Equally stupid and hilarious. I spent the first half hour wondering where this movie's been all my life then it kind of drops off, due to studio involvement no doubt. I spent most of the running time in pleasant disbelief and growing a mammoth appreciation for Wanda Sykes.
It's surprising that this is written and directed by Louis C.K. (albeit extensively reworked by the studio), since you see almost none of the style or personality of his comedy and other projects. It's hard to say it's a good movie, but it's good-natured goofiness with a handful of somewhat clever moments. Incredibly cheesy, but not quite as bad as its reputation.