My wife has a friend who drives for Uber, and she made some much money that her husband complained about the extra income tax that they had to pay. Meek, mild-mannered Stu (Kumail Nanjiani), one of the two main characters of this movie, drives his leased electric car for Uber at nights and on his days off from his job at a sporting goods store. The title comes from a joke spoken by Stu's jerk of a boss (Jimmy Tatro). One day Stu picks up a rider (Dave Bautista), the other main character, who is far more than he bargained for. Bautista plays Vic, a macho cop whose partner (Karen Gillan) was killed about six months previously. The prime suspect, a drug-dealing martial artist named Oka Tedjo (Iko Uwais), has disappeared, but Vic finally receives a tip concerning his whereabouts. Unfortunately, this occurred right after Vic has Lasik surgery and can barely see, let alone drive. Consequently, he has to take an Uber and Vic has the misfortune to be the driver who takes the call. They have a series of adventures, including a visit to a male strip club, and both of them have relationship problems: Stu is in love with Becca (Betty Gilpin) who only thinks of him as a friend, and Vic has pursued his career at the expense of his relationship with his daughter Nicole (Natalie Morales). Reviewers have not been kind to this movie, but both Anita and I laughed frequently. There is a great deal of violence, which is typical of buddy/cop movies in the tradition of 48 Hours and Lethal Weapon. It is similar plot-wise to Michael Mann's Collateral, but done as a comedy.