Haven't seen a movie squander a setup this badly since Down A Dark Hall. What starts as a tale of the absolute worst park employee (perfectly described by her co-workers as "an indoor child") having the worst possible day (gets lost in the forest, finds a corpse, etc., etc., etc.) becomes progressively more dopey and nonsensical, leading to the weirdest, most unnecessary twist east of Shyamalan.
To be clear, it's not terrible, it's possible it plays better on a second viewing, and isn't so bad that a rewatch would be out of the question. A lot of it is quite fun, and might be better the first time with tempered expectations. -1