The narrative backbone is secondary to the filmmaker’s desire to simply revel in gnarly always-wasted craziness.
When a game plays as well as this one does, even a bit of monotony is easily forgivable.
The film overflows with characters even more repugnant than the irony of its groan-worthy title.
Just as importantly, hand-to-hand combat remains a free-flowing, rapid-fire thrill, allowing you to assault a wide assortment of opponents with various button-combination attack and counter techniques.
The director is uninterested in truly plumbing the more painful, confusing emotions and thorny educational and social issues that confront her subjects.