We caught the matinee. And yes, this came out in 2011. It is easy to find the commentaries and a synopsis of the plot.
But though it was “over the top” comedy and the vulgarity might repulse some (simulated sex, dysentery jokes, “maggots in my scrotum”, etc.), and their depiction of Mormon theology wasn’t accurate, they did make some true comments about humans, suffering, the relevance of “hope through myth” and how missionaries might (have?) changed things to get people of a different culture to accept..and how sometimes religions bifurcate into different religions.
The profaneness was “with a point.”
And so, I enjoyed the humor, music, acting…pretty much everything about it.