It was a funny movie, but the movie producers are not familiar with Navy ranks or ratings. For one thing, it seems almost everyone in the Naval warehouse (including the cubicles in the office space) were E1, E2, or E3 (Seaman Recruit, Seaman Apprentice, Seaman). No petty officers shown except a chief petty office and master chief petty officer. I find that odd and inaccurate in a real Navy setting. There should be plenty of 3rd Class, 2nd Class, and 1st Class petty officers working in that warehouse environment. i also noticed by the rating badges that everyone shown was a Quartermaster. In a warehouse environment you'd expect to see at least Storekeepers present. In one scene the prisoner was referred to as a Seaman 2nd Class. There are no Seaman 2nd Class ranks. There is a Seama rank (E3), and a 2nd Class petty officer rank (E5), but no Seaman 2nd Class. If the person was a Quartermaster 2nd Class, they'd be referred to as QM2, or Quartermaster 2nd Class. Other than the inaccuracies of the Navy rank and ratings, and the fact that the majority of the workers in the warehouse (including the two shore patrolmen) were Seaman (E3) and below, I found the movie entertaining.