Unfortunately, Cena and James have small roles, the film mainly features the difficult relationship between Amy (Amy Schumer) and Aaron (Bill Hader). Amy has commitment issues because her dad (Colin Quinn) did not believe in monogamy. As a result, Amy has many sexual encounters causing her relationship with Steven (Cena) to end when he finds guys sending their penises to her cell.
Amy’s job as a writer is how she meets Aaron, a sports doctor for NBA, NFL, MLB and pro tennis stars. Amy has no knowledge of sports and resents the fact athletes are looked up to. Aaron’s goodwill and passion towards his profession and clients warms up Amy to him. Eventually a night of drinking leads to a night of sex between the two. Trying to make it work starts a series of dramatic awkward events.
The flick is 125 minutes and it felt like 300. Too many scenes dragged, were not funny, and the lack of a villain showdown at the end hurt the enjoyment for the finale. Cena blowing his load after thinking Amy was a dude and threatening to rape a man in the theatre was shocking to see a positive role model for kids act in such a crude manner. Great for fans though that crave for a different John Cena. James dominating at basketball, being overprotective of Aaron, forgetting his money when the check comes, it is a shame James was just a supporting character.
Cena and James fans will love their scenes. The rest is a struggle to watch.