- Critical Dissonance: But the audiences seem to like it, right?
- Critic-Proof: Sotto remained unapologetic about the film's Christmas Rushed, Merchandise-Driven production, saying he did make his audiences happy and what mattered was it sold well. Speaks volumes about his career to some who felt he lost his comedy chops as TV host and spoken-word musician Lourd de Vera lamented in an open letter to the actor.
- It's Not Supposed to Win Oscars: Except it was an MMFF entry and it did win awards. Which was egregious as the Festival was established as a showcase of what the Filipino film industry can offer, only to be inundated year after year by low-brow family films and romantic comedies which film scholars aren't exactly pleased with. One reviewer resonated the cry "hindi kami bobo" ("we're not dimwits") in regards to the film's lack of substance and artistic merit, and most especially it being what amounts to a feature-length commercial contrary to the festival's original tenets.
- Narm: Most film critics noted the lack of substantial effort to make the film funny, as they felt it was more cheap lulz than an insightful joke.
YMMV / My Little Bossings