(Post may contain slight spoilers)
Staring at the poster, you’ll have a feeling that Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates is just some movie about teens partying wild and some sort of Pitch Perfect-meets-High School Musical spinoff. However, it’s more than that – and it actually contains a bit of both. Thanks to 20th Century Fox Philippines, we can feast our eyes on the beautiful Hawaii-shot movie (and Zac Efron’s abs) on September 14, 2016!
Synopsis: Hard-partying brothers Mike and Dave place an online ad to find the perfect dates for their sister’s Hawaiian wedding. Hoping for a wild getaway, the boys instead find themselves outsmarted and out-partied by the uncontrollable duo.
With a crazy cast lineup, expect to see Anna Kendrick (Alice), Aubrey Plaza (Tatiana), Adam DeVine (Mike), and Zac Efron (Dave) in their ridiculously funny selves as they try not to “f*ck things up” during their little sister’s wedding day.
Here are 10 millennial thoughts to keep you hooked on this upcoming movie:
1. Friends are forever
2. ”Bros before hoes”
(Be careful when using the latter term)
3. Marriage is scary but it’s a good kind of scary
4. Love can be traumatizing
Well, it can be when you’re badly hurt. Losing someone (more so being left at the altar) feels like a part of you died three times. It might make you feel like you’re a worthless human being, but it really just takes the right person to accept you completely (Really true!).
5. We all screw up
6. Everyone will remember you for your failures
7. Deleting files on your phone can help you move on
8. Not all risks are worth taking
9. Riri is kween
10. We all need a good laugh from time to time
This movie isn’t one for the Oscars but it can surely make you laugh out loud at the cinema! Just make sure that you’re not taking them seriously and that you’re open to lots of inappropriate comments, dirty jokes, and sexual innuendos. Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates is a breather from that recent heart-wrenching zombie movie!
Heads up: It’s R-18. Expect swear words and things that can make your grandma and grandpa (or even your parents) cringe. Rating this 8/10 in comparison to movies with similar themes.