What's the worst that could happen? That would be Pearl Harbor. But we digress. This dumb-dumb comedy keeps enough silliness rolling across the screen to make audiences overlook its flaws. And believe us, there's plenty of shoddy piecework in this battle of wills between Danny Devito's ruthless billionaire and Martin Lawrence's cool-cat cat burglar.
But what this film lacks in sense, taste and any kind of a believable plot, it makes up for in outlandish characters (like William Fichtner as the sashaying and sassy detective or John Leguizamo as Lawrence's hilarious sidekick) and offbeat gags and one-liners that venture into Farrelly-brother territory. Hardly a summer blockbuster, Worst is still good for an easy laugh or three. And that's not so bad, is it?