It had the opposite effect for me. I usually like the show, but the movie seemed forced. There were a few scenes that were funny, but overall it was crap IMO.
It felt more like a bunch of jokes and scenes put together than an actual movie with a purpose and flow. . Just my opinion though. .
Although I wouldn't call it "crap", I agree with you. I rather like the series but the film fell a bit flat for me. It did seem pretty forced. Aside from The Rock's cameo, and quick and bloody demise along with that great 5 minute tracking shot at the hotel; the rest just didn't work for me. The most painful part of the film for me was Paul Rudd's painful Scarface impression that was used over and over throughout the film. I would have hoped that Lennon and the rest of the crew would have found a better story in Miami than a Scarface rip-off. Oh well.
I have to say "Better luck next time.". I really like Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant but aside from "Let's Go To Prison!", I have yet to see a good film written by them. Man, I miss The State.