Pitka (Mike Myers) is an American who was left at the gates of an ashram in India as a child and raised by gurus. Later in life he moves back to the U.S. to seek fame and fortune in the world of self-help and spirituality. His unorthodox methods are put to the test when he must settle a rift between Toronto Maple Leafs star hockey player Darren Roanoke (Romany Malco) and his estranged wife. After the break-up, Roanoke’s wife starts dating L.A. Kings star Jacques Grande (Justin Timberlake) out of revenge, sending her husband into a major professional skid, to the horror of the teams’ owner Jane Bullard (Jessica Alba) and Coach Cherkov (Verne Troyer). In desperation, they call in the love guru. Pitka must return the couple to marital nirvana and get Roanoke back on his game so the team can break the 40-year-old “Bullard Curse” and win the Stanley Cup. For those who remember Myers from Austin Powers, prepare to be disappointed. As the bumbling 60’s would-be Casanova with bad teeth he had a certain appeal – but as this over-fed and under-humoured guru he seems in dire need of some spiritual direction himself. Using the same face-to-camera intervals as Powers, he falls utterly flat this time around with too many sight gags that never leave the ground. A miss.