I saw this movie by accident, I swear, but since I did I’m going to review it anyway.
SPOILERS ahead but really, who cares.
BQB here with a review of the R rated comedy, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates.
I actually meant to see The Infiltrator because I’m a big Bryan Cranston fan but a mistake I made in reading the movie times lead me to the East Randomtown Cineplex only to find it wasn’t playing. So I settled for Mike and Dave instead.
The commercials looked funny enough, but on its own, it just didn’t look like something that would have gotten me out to the theater.
Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, the plot is in the title. Mike (Adam Devine of the Workaholics crew) and Dave (Zac Efron), after years of destroying one family gathering after another with their hi jinx, are ordered by their parents that they will only be allowed to attend their sister’s wedding if they find dates who will go with them and keep them out of trouble.
One Craigslist ad and thousands of responses later (because being their dates comes with a free trip to Hawaii), Alice (Anna Kendrick) and Tatiana (Aubrey Plaza) weasel their way into the picture. They are, in truth, terrible, horrible people whose own exploits make those of Mike and Dave seem tame in comparison, but they fool the duo into thinking they are nice girls in order to get a free vacation.
Blah blah blah, raunchy shenanigans ensue to threaten the wedding, everyone has to work together, that’s about it.
Oh, and you might see Aubrey Plaza’s butt. I can’t confirm it. Whenever I see a butt on screen I don’t automatically assume it belongs to the celebrity because celebrities have been known to use stunt butts. Either way, Aubrey has been missed since Parks and Recreation so it was fun to see her in action.
You might also see like the top half of Anna Kendrick’s butt. However, I again am unable to confirm if this is the real top half of Anna’s butt or if it is, in fact, a stunt butt.
Personally, I really think that somewhere in the credits, movies should list whether the butts displayed actually belonged to the celebrities or if they were, in fact, stunt butts. Otherwise, I have no way of knowing whether or not I actually saw a stunt butt and it leaves the entire experience with an asterix.
It’s a moron movie but it’s funny.
STATUS: Shelf-worthy but not theater worthy. It’s a rental.