Benjamin Morse’s review published on Letterboxd:
Lots of incredibly funny bits in the first half or so when it's just a loose collection of amusing scenes stitched together, but once the actual "plot" starts in I kind of checked out beyond the odd funny set-piece. It never got bad or anything, but once the movie tried to make me care about an actual narrative and emotional arc for the gang of doofuses I lost a fair amount of interest, with a premise this loosey and improv-y I couldn't get into actually caring about the plot.
Can totally see why this became a TV show though, this premise would kill as a 30 minute sitcom rather then a full 80 minute movie. Very charming and a good handful of memorable lines but not much more then a fluffy good time.