Rated NR

Comedy, Romance
Director David Zucker, the man who gave us Airplane for Christ’s sake, delivers what will hopefully be the low point in his spotty career. Ashton Kutcher stars as a sap left to guard his boss’ owl and house so, of course, everybody and their brother stops by to make a mess and pee on everything. That’s it; that’s the plot. Carpets get soiled; owls hallucinate after drinking drugged toilet water; and Tara Reid stands around looking like a zombie. Terrence Stamp, usually quite the cool actor, is a long way from his Superman villain days as the mean boss, and Andy Richter stops by to show off his folliculitus infected ass. Torture at every turn, and a good contender for the year’s worst film. It will make you very angry.

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