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Without reeling off the entire cast, stars like Richard Gere, Naomi Watts, Kate Winslet, Hugh Jackman, Elizabeth Banks, Kristen Bell, Gerard Butler, Emma Stone and Halle Berry all make substantial appearances.
Most of the skits feature more than one major star, though they are usually complemented by actors more known for their work in comedy, such as Anna Faris and Jason Sudeikis.
One of the major attractions in is seeing these famous stars work with such perverse and graphic material, which goes far beyond the bounds of anything seen on network television or in their normal movie careers.
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sketches in which the material is completely uncensored and pushed to the limits of the R-rating.
Not all of the skits are funny or even hit the mark, but fans of over-the-top comedy will get a few belly laughs.
The theatrical version of the movie frames the comedy around a desperate, crazed writer played by Dennis Quaid and a Hollywood producer, played by Greg Kinnear.
It is a poor vehicle to link the movie’s entire narrative around and its unoriginal jokes hurt the film’s tone, likely playing a small part in the movie’s poor reception.