This was fun, but not very original. Danny McBride’s character slays as an invincible and disloyal associate. Although it’s farcical throughout, the end takes farce to a new, not unenjoyable level.
It may have been that we unintentionally watched the unrated director’s cut with about 30 extra minutes, but even though I wanted to love this movie, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story just wasn’t very good. I would have rated it as 1 star, but there were some parts of this movie that were hilarious, bumping it up a level. This is not the best work of anyone involved in this movie.