The lad culture, with its foul language, drunken behaviour, and occasional sexism and racism, is amped up by the foreign setting.
The whole race is orchestrated by a wealthy Las Vegas casino owner named Donald Sinclair (John Cleese), who is capturing everything on video for the entertainment of himself and his wealthy friends.
At a time when politics south of the border are more absurd than ever before, this mediocre comedy from the 2012 election year is worth viewing.
The costumes, soundtrack, and set pieces give this film an impressively strong period feel for an action-comedy film.
Its finest moments derive from its treatment of the subject of pornography and porn addiction, facets of modern day life.
Jake and Lainey’s behaviours are both adulterous and fuelled by a sort of sexual addiction that demands the thrill of an adulterous sexual encounter.