An intoxicated comedian atones for his transgressions in "The Machine"

Bert Kreischer travels to Russia in a movie based on one of his stand-up performances. 

The star of this film is Bert Kreischer, a well-known stand-up comedian who rarely appears in news reports . 

Or opinion articles. He was described to as "the top partyer at the Number One Party School in the country" by Rolling Stone. 

Magazine in the late 1990s.  taking classes at Florida State University.Kreischer is a heavy right now. 

50-year-old who looks little partied out. That's his act—shirtless stand-up. In "The Machine," he plays a contrite family guy who's. 

Furious with his family. Bert and his carpet salesman dad, Albert, are kidnapped by gangster Irina (Iva Babic) and sent to Russia to . 

Atone for Bert's drunken train heist decades earlier. A Kreischer bit inspired this gory shaggy dog story. Of course.

Father and son discuss their concerns while dodging a dozen Slavic maniac assassins hunting an heirloom Bert stole.