Patrick Warburton is on the cover. ‘Nuff said.
A very clear indie feel is prevalent throughout, but not too overbearing. Warburton plays the hard-headed detective Rock Slyde, a man a bit behind the times in several respects. A little predictable, but some of the jokes are pretty funny if you like dry humor.
Andy Dick pretty much brings down any movie he’s in (see: The Hebrew Hammer), but thankfully he isn’t on-screen that much this time around. Jason Alexander has a pretty funny random cameo that I wasn’t expecting. Patrick Warburton.
Feels kind of made-for-TV and simple, seemingly as an excuse for modernity.
Okay soundtrack, but some of the digital effects would have been better to be replaced by practical ones.
Falls just short of being really good.
Worth a watch for real Warburton fans such as myself, pretty skippable for anyone else.