If I never see Steve Coogan's ass again it will be too soon.
Scene by scene I had no problem with this movie, but were it being shown on TV I would have no desire to sit through a commercial break and come back to it.
Until of course the final act.
Once the namesake of the movie began I couldn't get enough. While it definitely would not have worked standing on its own as the movie, it's really the only part that I felt justified the $10 ticket.
I have no real words for it, but I can't wait to be able to rent the dvd and skip right to it.
One sentence review...
If you're not dying to see it, rent it in case you want to skip to the end, but said with a smile!