At the same time, they are all being followed by a couple of hired killers (though I never really figured out why), they get attacked by computer-generated psychotic squirrels, and James is briefly kidnapped by "Hal Gore," the crazed "brother" of the famed internet pioneer. The less-famous Gore has been living in his isolated cabin, studying the effects of squirrel flatulence on global warming. Yeah, it's that kind of movie.
The part of Hal Gore turns out to be a showcase for the comedy stylings of... Jerry Rice. Yes, the football player. Mr. Rice might be the greatest wide receiver of all time, but as an actor, he's no Bubba Smith or Alex Karras. In this film, Rice sounds like he's trying to read his lines off cue cards, but can't quite make them out.
Rice may have paved the way for NFL players to appear on Dancing with the Stars, but I hope he hasn't kicked off a trend of football players appearing in unnecessary direct-to-video sequels. I really, really don't want to see Warren Sapp stumbling over his lines in I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry: The Early Years.