The second Jason Bateman gross-out comedy in as many months, this body-swap flick (that sees Ryan Reynolds womanising man-child switch places with Bateman’s tightly wound family man) doesn’t exceed expectations like Horrible Bosses surprisingly did. In fact, it’s pretty much as funny as I predicted – which is to say, not very funny at all. There is the occasional laugh-out-loud moment, and a handful of chuckles as well, but all too far and few between, with more than a fair share of absolute clunkers – mostly the baby gags – to really dry up the laughs. The leading duo are decent if uninspiring, Reynolds playing the straight character in order to give Bateman the larger share of humorous dialogue. Olivia Wilde is wasted as Bateman’s sexy assistant and Leslie Mann plays the completely thankless role of his wife, whilst the bizarre use of CGI is more off-putting than useful.