With the headline stars, and my daughters recommendation (who had seen the first scenes previously), we set out to watch this for a funny "birthday" movie with the teens in our house. While early jokes were crude, it descended to more and more sexualized crudeness (not really comical, just blatant over-the-top constant gential-reference crudeness). The idea of court-ordered anger management on a model citizen by a sociopathic doctor-in-charge with his own anger problem could be comical. But it was constant psychological inversion to the point of not being funny anymore, but just depressing or even oppressive. If there is any joke, it is the producers laughing at audiences who will be subjected to the same heavy-handed feeling they would get if they were actually imprisoned with psycopathic guards. I began to sympathize with the main character rather than feel any comedy. We turned the movie off less than halfway through, as the situation became inappropriate for the younger teens, and the adults were not enjoying it. I want a refund of my money, but Amazon does not have an easy way to find that, so I'm writing this review first to save you the money. Find another flick if you want to have fun.