This movie isn't awful simply because its failed attempts at humor largely come from being self-consciously "anti-PC." Although that is certainly a part of it, this movie fails because it just isn't funny, in terms of the story, the dialogue, the pratfalls, the satire -- anything. The premise, that office workers are left to fend for themselves on a deserted island, has potential, but that potential is never fully realized. Instead, the movie opts for weak jokes and sequences involving orgies, drug use, racial stereotypes, and the word "gay" being used in a negative context. The end result is a trite combination of Lost and Lord of the Flies, with a little bit of Office Space thrown in.
The acting and comedic talent is there in the actors, but it's impossible to work around a stale comedy with weak attempts at "bro" humor. There are tiger attacks, orgies, masturbation, drug use, crass talk about women, sex slaves, and implied rape; all this is supposed to be funny or satirical, but it isn't. Not even Jean-Claude Van Damme with all the kickboxing in the world could rescue this terrible movie.