There are definitely some hilarious parts but they came too few and far in between the lackluster plot.
As far as buddy cop movies go, Cop Out is by far the most outlandish one on the market. Paul Hodges (Tracy Morgan) and Jimmy Monroe (Bruce Willis) are partners and in their attempts to make a little extra cash off a rare baseball card, they are robbed. As they try to get their card back, they end up deep with one of the most powerful drug circles in New York.
Willis and Morgan are quite the pair in the film. They're more like a married couple than partners. Willis is the more intelligent of the two but Morgan does have his moments where something smart comes out of his mouth. Most of the time though, he's either complaining or simply spewing nonsense. Still, more of the laughs fall on Morgan's shoulders. Bruce is beginning to get too old for this younger generation audience.
Still, there is one person who manages to out shine both Willis and Morgan, and that man is Seann William Scott. He plays the guy who stole the baseball card and sold it for drugs. Oh, and he's also an avid practitioner of parkour. Every scene involved with him is a riot. If you've seen the trailers, then you know what I'm talking about.
For every comical moment, there is an equally horrendous one. Some of the scenes are a snore fest and the different side plots going on seem rather pointless. We don't care about Paul's wife's possible love affair or the other buddy partners, Adam Brody and Kevin Pollak. Sure, they each have their own little something to add to the story, but what it comes down to is that we want to see more of who's in the trailers; Willis, Morgan, and Scott.
Overall, Cop Out was enjoyable for what it was. There are definitely some hilarious parts but they came too few and far in between the lackluster plot. I'd categorize this as a wait for DVD/Blu-ray as I imagine the unrated version and deleted scenes will make it worth the price.