Pure Jerry Lewis-esque goofing-off and Sid Caesar-style silliness, "Master Of Disguise" stars Dana Carvey as Pistachio Disguisey, a clumsy doofus who, it turns out, is a part of a long dynasty of "masters of disguise" throughout history. So, he slowly puts his impersonation skills to an end beyond pissing people off and in the process saves the day, finds himself, gets the girl, and all the rest. More importantly though, he impersonates Tony Montana while making scrotum jokes; dresses up as a cherry pie that inexplicably fires cherries at baddies like a machine gun; bounces around as the tubby, heavily punning Mayor Maynot; and pretends to be George W. Bush, who backflips and headbutts somebody into a pool. Meanwhile, the villain, Devlin Bowman (Brent Spiner), is a priggish, Constitution-stealing capitalist villain creep who farts every time he laughs. Cameos from Jesse Ventura, Jessica Simpson, and Bo Derek, among others, won't mean much to your tyke, but they'll laugh as flimsy CGI shows these middling celebs pulling their faces off to reveal Pistachio underneath. Oh and a music nerd curio: The sugary pop soundtrack was put together by Music World Entertainment's Matthew Knowles—Beyoncé and Solange's semi-corrupt dad—and features early tracks from Solange and Jhene Aiko.