The movie was pretty stupid, as you'd expect from a Joel Schumacher job. The camera work was actually pretty nice, there was a lot of good scenery and some nice imagery, but the dialogue was weak, and Chris Rock is the Worst Actor Ever*.
Garcelle Beauvais, who was on the Jamie Foxx show, had a brief appearance as "the babe". I say that because she had maybe 5 minutes of screen time, and she was naked (not on screen) or in underwear for about 3 or 4 of those.
Anthony Hopkins was good, as always, although he was really cruising through this one. What's sad is that his cruising on auto-pilot is around ten times Chris Rock acting his little heart out. I'd say I don't understand why Hopkins would be slumming in a Joel Schumacher movie, but that ought to be obvious - $$$. Oh, and his character was named Gaylord Oakes. Gaylord Oakes.
Anyways, the movie was awfully stupid, but it was fun. The entire first part of the movie was rather weak - aka, it sucked - but once they got past the crappy introductory scenes, the movie picked up and if you could suspend your disbelief temporarily, it was a fun popcorn type of flick.