There are probably five categories in which to place films; excellent, good, average, not much and bad. Rather, there were five categories; `Operation:Endgame' manages to find itself a niche of its own, plummeting to new depths; that of 'Why am I watching this when I could be staring at a wall?' A film starring D list actors, people you've never heard of (well, I`ve not heard of them), and made by people equally insignificant, this has no redeeming features to it whatsoever. The acting is so bad you'd get more life from a rasher of bacon. The script appears to have been written by someone who had great difficulty filling in the bits between swear words, which, it has to be said, gets all rather tiresome. It's supposed to be funny. It isn't. Believe me, you would find it more amusing if someone had just informed you that your dog has been run over.
I can't think of any other film I've seen that had me willing it to finish. It only gets one star, as there is nothing lower that can be `awarded'.