The story starts out rather cleverly on Easter morning. It contrasts roommates, Hank and Mike on how they spend the night of their biggest day in their career. Mike is fast asleep in bed while Hank smokes cigarettes, drinks beer and abuses himself to a scrambled porno movie. Clearly they are the "odd couple." As fate would have it, they miss the last house on their route (they do a lot of breaking and entering). Since the company has opted to downsize, they find themselves out of a job. Now Easter Bunnies in the workforce is a funny thing. They work for UPS, but hide the packages. They work for a school and serve the kids chocolate. Unfortunately their work failures due to being an Easter Bunny is in the form of a montage and not really exploited to its comic potential. After Hank pawns Mike's Golden Egg award, the movie becomes dark as each one must now deal with their failure resorting to drink and drugs. The bunny aspect no longer plays a role as they become any two losers and the movie becomes boring. It remains boring up until the very end when they devise a plan to get their jobs back. Nudity, language, simulated sex (mostly in the first half). Decent soundtrack.