There are moments thatr smack of Michael Ian Black, but overall I just get the impression he was trying to be mainstream with this feature. His "voice" does not come through very strongly, at least not the voice I have come to expect from his Stella work and his other oddball work, including his appearances on VH1.
Audio/Video. The DVD looks fine. It is a well done transfer that accurately captures the image and sound while not being overly impressive. Of course, this is not the kind of film that will tax your A/V setup.
Extras. The bonus material is limited to a trio of deleted scenes, all of which were in the initial cut that I saw. They total about five minutes and their absence does not hurt the final film in the least.
Bottom line. My rating may not be high, but it is worth a rental for an at-home date night. It is innocuous enough and provides enough smiles to deliver a moderately entertaining evening. It is rated R, but it is a mild R and probably would have been better served if it targeted a PG-13 instead.