When an evil mastermind attempts the assassination of a well known prime minister, there’s only one way to pull it off. They need a shallow individual that can be easily manipulated and there’s only one name that comes to mind. There’s only one problem, the person is at the end of his career and ready to move on. It then becomes a matter of luring him into this without him realizing what’s really going on. Considering who they’re dealing with, there’s not too much to worry about. They treat him to a day spa to “reward” him for coming back, there’s much more than meets the eye. Upon coming back into the modeling scene, he comes face to face with his rival. The only way to settle their differences is to confront one another in the only way they know how. Ultimately, they’re able to figure out that there’s more to their lives than what they’ve known. Saving the lives of many including their own. This off the wall comedy promised us nothing and lived up to that promise. There are moments of hilarity, but the rest of what we’re presented with is almost painful. The story lacks depth, meaning, and substance. What it does deliver is exactly what it presented itself to be, a shallow comedy that questions any faith in humanity.