Of course, the only reason the movie was released was because the company had no choice due to all the money Harley and Ivy sunk into it, and the reason it was a hit was because people thought it was supposed to be a parody of overblown action movies and considered it epic. In a Downplayed example of this trope, it escalates until no-one cares about the score; everyone is just too impressed by the amazing trick shots both players are making to lose the game. To free them , Timmy needs to get the Turnbaums arrested, so he sets up a Batman Gambit to get them to steal the Sacred Silver Sharpener so they'd be caught it in the act. However his opponent insulted him upon seeing the first card Luke played which was very weak. This film is a comedy about a crooked producer who deliberately makes an inept movie so that he can get a tax write-off when the movie flops; he is stymied when the movie is an unexpected hit.