Believe it or not I was looking forward to this movie. I had genuinely enjoyed the moronic Deuce Bigalow, Male Gigolo and was hoping for a similarly dopey yet funny movie. Let's say I was a bit disappointed. In this one, Rob Schneider stars as Marvin Mange, an evidence room clerk who dreams of becoming a cop like his dad. Suffering a horrific car crash, Mange is rescued by a mad scientist who puts him back together with animal parts. As a result Mange now has the characteristics and behaviors of numerous animals. Hilarity ensues, or at least it was supposed to. What actually follows is a series of lame gags that failed to elicit more than a mild chuckle from me. Survivor fans might enjoy it for a chance to see more of cutie Colleen Haskel but I can't think of any other reason to watch this movie.
It looks fine with an anamorphic widescreen transfer.
It sounds fine but there isn't anything on it more interesting than farts to listen to. Comes with Dolby 5.1 sound.
It's a pretty packed set of features but they aren't all that interesting. It features a commentary by Rob Schneider where he says "anyway" something like 562 times and helpfully points out himself doing things onscreen. There is also a commentary by director Luke Greenfield, which also helpfully points out Schneider every time he's onscreen. Also included is a couple documentaries, deleted scenes and trailers.
It's a mediocre movie with some decidedly average extras. Hard-core Schneider and Survivor fans should be pleased, the rest of us can move on to something else.