While always entertaining, the film also manages to effectively criticize the society we live in. The movie mainly denounces two things: superficiality within our society, and the ineptitude of the entities that govern us.
Although she is not satisfied with her own appearance, Linda judges men based on theirs. We see her wandering through a park gauging men as if she was in a supermarket and wondering what she was going to eat that night. But appearance is not the only criterion; no. The man should be funny, too! No that will be all, thank you.
For the second criticism, the film seems to be asking: who have we put at the head of our countries? And answering: well, pretty incompetent people! When the situation gets out of hand, the highest officials in control appear completely powerless. Worse, they don’t really mind it. Should you die in a way that embarrasses the government, your corpse would be discretly disposed of. So, well, let’s hope you do not.
Overall this movie is a really great time, worth seeing for its quality and fun; really good actors (John Malkovitch, Brad Pitt, George Clooney, etc), crazy situations, and assured laughs.