Well, I went into this film thinking it would either be very good or utter crap. I didn't see what I was expecting on either front. The majority of this film is very low brow physical humour, the majority of people will find it funny, but your modern film enthusiast will not appreciate it on the level worth going to the theatre for. Certainly worth renting or downloading, but don't pay the $10 ticket fee (or at least do as I did and pay $7 for a seniors ticket, they don't check). I did however find one point about it that made me really enjoy it. The story follows an Israeli assassin who is fed up with the ongoing conflict in his country. As such, the movie is peppered with delightful political humour relative to the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. If you're a political science student at all, or even studied major historical events of the 20th century then you will likely find some great moments mixed in to this film. My Friends and I found that made it worth watching, but I will grant that a lot of people will not.