Writer/director Pourier takes a half-step down from his previous occupation of porn screenwriter with this steaming pile of misogyny. Michael (O'Connell) is a basically decent guy up to his ethics in gambling debt. The only way out is to marry off his last single friend, Kyle (Busey), in order to win a bet made with their other buddies. He tracks down Natalie (Elizabeth), the only one of Kyle's conquests that he regrets dumping, who agrees, for half the dough and a measure of revenge, but soon the plotters fall in love. Every woman here is depicted as some form of evil, and humiliated accordingly. This isn't new, but it wouuld help if something was at least chuckle-worthy. There's no such relief here, unless you find renegade cancerous sex organs amusing.