Claydon's homage to the bawdy British comedy romp is mediocre fare. The script is uneven and, although there are a few laughs along the way, its not notably funny. The cast do their best and it does have its moments, but it would have benefited from better writing. This is, of course, meant to be tawdry nonsense, and on that level it is fairly successful. So, just watch, enjoy (to a point), and forget.