Granted, I did find what was supposed to be funny here this time 'round — I just didn't find it as funny as the filmmakers obviously did. A good sight gag mixed with some subtlety goes a lot further than taking the same dumb dialogue we all shook our heads over in The Other Guys and Step Brothers (et al) and translating it into Spanish. And then, just when you think you've dodged the Molly Shannon bullet, Molly Shannon makes a cameo appearance. Christina Aguilera sings the opening theme song (set to the mondo-style credits), Dan Haggerty appears as himself in a post-credit faux-commercial, and Kris Kristofferson opens the movie with a little narrative play on "Me and Bobby McGee."
Lionsgate brings us this Spanish-language turkey to Blu-ray in a High-Def transfer that brings out the best that this oft-intentionally crappy-looking title has to offer, with a Spanish 5.1 DTS-HD MA soundtrack that ultimately has more to offer than the film itself. For those of you who just don't get the movie, there's an audio commentary housed on the disc with Ferrell, Steele, and Piedmont wherein they reveal what they threw in that made them laugh so much. Additional bonus materials include several deleted scenes, a making-of featurette, a music video performed by Ferrell (¡ay, caramba!) and Genesis Rodriguez, several more faux-commercials, and one of the last interviews with Senor Armendáriz.