This film is the one David Wain film that is the most consistent for me. It could have been merely a funny sketch movie, but the links of Paul Rudd's introductions, along with how the sketches reference each other and weave recurring characters in and out, make it a film that works a hell of a lot better than Monty Python's "The Meaning Of Life". Yeah, I said it.
I really don't understand all the hate - Wain and Marino have taken possibly the most-shared stories of all time (the Ten Commandments), and have somehow found new, creative ways to tell them. It's a funny, goofy film with silly running gags, and Wain really has succeeded at transforming the tritest of texts into a surprising comedy as hilarious as anything else he's done.