I just wanted something lighthearted and fun to escape for a couple of hours, and I enjoyed this a lot more than I expected to. If you like Adam Sandler movies like The Wedding Singer, 50 First Dates, Pixels, etc, I think you'll like this, too. Full of silliness, fun, and physical comedy, it's a farcical tale told by beautiful people in beautiful scenery. Not a bad way to spend an evening, frankly.
One caveat/FYI: there was a joke toward the end at the expense of an LGBT character that I didn't care for/thought was in questionable taste.