Is it an American thing to say f*** multiple times to make things more shocking? Does it make things more adult? Cooler? It only annoys me, after hearing it at least 20 times in 5 minutes I switched off. Great idea, but not for me.
I only have praise, for the concept of this film. The idea for this film's premise was remarkable, and I had high hopes for this film - despite my personal dislike of Seth Rogen and his style of comedy, I hoped that studio control would have reined this in a little.
Unfortunately, Seth Rogen's style of excessive vulgarity is what opens the film, and doesn't let up. Swearing only has impact, when it is sudden, and elevates the circumstances. Opening at the high end of swears, means you can't escelate any further scenes, therefore the daialgue can't convey any urgency or danger. Attempts at comedy through stereotypes were lazy and predictable, as were the sexual jokes.
The film only receives a 2, for the animation quality, and having the odd funny bit.