T.His penis has a mind of its own, or so it is said. And name: Jack. The problem is that if you’re going to bother giving a penis a speaking role in a comedy, it has to be a really funny talking penis, and poor Jack only gets a handful of so-so gags.
At the beginning of the film, Jack (voiced by Pelayo de Lario) introduces his “human male”. College junior Charlie (Luke Laurason) lives with his father and mother in the suburbs of London. Charlie longs for a girlfriend (“Danny DeVito’s hairy left testicle pulls more than yours,” jokes his buddy). Charlie’s main crush is Canadian student Barbie (Angela Sant’Albano). But she thinks he’s gay. Acting on location feels like a deodorant ad.
There are some funny scenes in the office of the Spanish Mr. Hand, the college’s posh and brooding counselor. (“He’s like Javier Bardem and Antonio Banderas having a baby who turned psychologist,” says Dick Stunning Jack. I confess this made me giggle. And the talking Willie Device is annoyingly inconsistent: Jack chats with another dick in one scene but not in another, and the vagina is never seen. Obviously, I’m not the intended audience here, and yet the knobgag assignment is decidedly underwhelming. , this is Teatime Terry Koi.