While having the benefit of never being predictable, its lack of depth hurts itself. It’s one of those movies that will make you laugh a lot, but you never ever feel for the characters past the fact that they have terrible bosses. But fortunately for the film it’s at its best when its chaotic. The first 20 minutes are the slowest part, but picks up a very steady pace after that. At that point, you don’t really care about depth, you just want to laugh.
The talent is great and the farce is fun. If you don’t overanalyze this movie, you’ll have a good time watching it. And it just gets better with continuous viewings.