When two buddies' drunken debate about whose father would win in a fight is taken seriously by one of their fathers, things go bad. Jobs are lost, relationships ruined, futures destroyed, and middle-aged men are knocked out. In this coming of age story about two recent college graduates spending a few weeks at home before they move to New York, our best friends come to grips with who their fathers really are as they start to see the world with adult eyes.
They've got one summer to make their kids proud.
Did You Know?
When Ben and Larry first visit Ruth she says that if he builds her a swimming pool she will drop the charges for destroying her green house. Larry suggests that Ben can build her a bird bath, which she declines because she doesn't have any birds. In a scene later in the movie you can see there is now a bird bath in her yard. See more
When Meredith is driving away in her PostMates car after taking Ben's phone, she is seen filming in Portrait mode on the phone. However, when Ben plays back the footage, the video is shown in Landscape mode. See more
References Marley & Me
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