SPACE COP REVIEW
Whether or not the Blu-Ray is worth the twenty-five bucks is another story, but there's a digital download which also provides the same special features (behind-the-scenes footage, commentary, and more than twenty minutes of outtakes) for $17. There's also a movie-only download for $14. Although I'm hesitant to recommend the movie itself for $14, you might as well buy the special features if you're paying for the movie anyway. The outtakes are often funny, but it feels like they included every single take in which the actors flubbed a line or broke character. Although I haven't had the time to check out the commentary track yet, I'm eager to do so.
As for the plot, a gung-ho policeman from the future is accidentally transported to 2007 after he chases aliens into some kind of time-space vortex thing. During a modern day shootout in a cryogenics lab, the future cop accidentally thaws a cop from the past. They'll have to team up to save the world from a devious plot involving aliens and a brain in a jar.
The two main characters are only about as good as a memorable Saturday Night Live sketch, but they're stretched to feature length. The actors' decision to speak in "funny" voices from beginning to end is, at best, easy to look past, while at worst it's frankly annoying. When Patton Oswalt makes a cameo early on, it's pretty clear they were reluctant to trim their only star's footage because it goes on and on. The length then becomes part of the joke, but not a very funny one. Also, I don't get why the guys think the slow-running gag, as seen in the trailer, is funny. I don't get it. I don't think it's a reference to anything, either.
Perhaps an inside joke?
If you're on the fence about purchasing the film, don't bother. But if you're a veteran of bad movies, and you like RLM—like, really like them—then you probably want to support them anyway. Might as well get something to show for it while you're at it.