Not bad. This ultra-violent and ultra-profane action comedy does provide quite a good dose of laughs, thrills and golf. I was shocked when this film was yanked from the local theaters after only one week of playing; so when I saw it on the shelf at the video store, I grabbed it as quickly as I could. I was quite pleased with the result. The film plays out much like a Guy Ritchie-Quentin Tarantino crime caper with the music and editing of a John Woo Hong Kong superaction film. Highly entertaining and much better than I ever expected. Although the witty dialogue helps beef up the shoddy plot lines, it's Jackson's presence that gives this film its credibility. Samuel L. Jackson is, and continues to be, one of the greatest actors in our generation...and its because he carries movies like this one. You gotta love a movie where Jackson's character is one part Mace Windu, one part Jules Winfield and one part Tiger Woods.