It's the Drawn Together TV show, with detailed male genitalia, curiously undetailed female external reproductive apparatuses, some mildly entertaining profanity, and a lot of excrement. Then it's over.
I was reminded of two separate animation features as I watched this thing.
The first was that screamingly bad Seth McFarlane junk Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy (Drawn is better, but not by much). My association between these two features was induced fecally, as both this movie and Cavalcade were absolutely fascinated with excrement. I'm not sure if animators are just way anal-retentive, or that maybe in animation classes they're constantly admonished, "You can never, ever, at all, ever, and I mean not ever, put poop in cartoons." And so these guys, when they get the chance to cut loose really go for the doody jokes, graphically, unpleasantly, and in both the case of this movie and McFarlane's flop, unfunnily.
The other film that came to mind was Ralph Bakshi's classic Fritz the Cat. This groundbreaker came out nearly 40 years ago, and this Drawn Together movie basically covered an awful lot of what Bakshi did. Yeah, this film wasn't saddled with Frit's X rating, but in terms of cartoon nudity and interactive sexual contact--where does the MPAA come down on this, exactly?--this movie is not offering anything that much wilder or wacky. There's one pseudo-lady three-way in a Bedrock dive (of which you get a tad more in the special features), which is pretty raunchy, but that's about it. And some creative penis sight gags starring some of your favorite `toon and comics heroes.
As for having a point, the one barely intellectual aspect of this movie is that they cop to the TV show being cancelled because they were just raunchy, whereas South Park continues to succeed because it is raunchy, but also delivers a social/political/ethical/philosophical point (which the Drawn characters dismiss as preachy and indulgent). There are some great shots at South Park, both in this film's art and narrative, which one could take either as jealous backbiting or respectful emulation. I have to agree with the premise, though: pure raunch can be funny (think Jackass), but if you're delivering a backhanded compliment or stinging criticism on a hot issue with your wacky little `toons showing their special areas or spewing profanity and bodily excretions, that's a more interesting, better product.
The special features are relatively good, with quite a few of them. The deleted scenes aren't really deleted scenes in that they're small bits excised from scenes in the movie. They're only an additional 10-20 seconds of content inexplicably pulled from the scenes of the movie. Who knows why these bits--which are not that bad, and certainly in keeping with the overall intentional bad taste of the product--would have been pulled. Did the producer really have a long, thoughtful conversation about pace, running time, narrative continuity, or over-the-top content with his director and artists? Really?
Bottom line: if you liked the TV show, you'll like this. The bigoted, foul-mouthed, horny, filthy, perverted, vicious and otherwise idiotic crew are free to be who they always were. I don't see a sequel, though.