Cuba Gooding Jr. is the kind of guy who does ten minutes of shtick every time the little light in the fridge comes on, and for years I’ve been waiting for him to just go away. If this dud comedy is any indication of the scripts he’s getting, we may not have to wait much longer. He and chubby Horatio Sanz play a pair of skirt chasers who accidentally book themselves on a gay ocean-liner cruise, and the vulgar gags are as predictable as the corrective homily about accepting homosexuals. Roselyn Sanchez plays the straight but man-hating dance instructor that Gooding hopes to seduce by pretending to be gay; Roger Moore camps it up as his majesty the queen. Mort Nathan directed a script he wrote with William Bigelow. 95 min.