Or, Dudes and Their Butts — The Motion Picture. Look, we all know that gay panic long ago went from being the subtext of the boys’-night-out genre to becoming one of its main punchlines. Think back to Ashton Kutcher
and Seann William Scott
making out in a car in Dude, Where’s My Car? or Rob Corddry
going down on Craig Robinson
in Hot Tub Time Machine
or Ed Helms
having sex with a ladyboy in The Hangover Part II
. And while 21 and Over can’t match those films for laughs, I’d be lying if I said I didn’t chuckle occasionally at the degree to which it takes the whole latent homosexuality thing to new levels. Indeed, the film’s young audience of horny boys may actually be perturbed at the endless male nudity on display. Alas, that’s about the only interesting thing about this otherwise glum cash-in.