You are cordially invited to the comedy event of the year! In order to avoid embarrassing their family, hard-partying brothers Mike (Adam Devine) and Dave (Zac Efron) place an online ad to find “respectable” dates for their sister’s Hawaiian wedding. Instead, the boys find themselves out-hustled by an uncontrollable duo (Anna Kendrick, Aubrey Plaza). Based on hilarious true events, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates is the perfect marriage of over-the-top humor and outrageous fun!
**Alternate Storyline "Pig Sequence"
**Bits on Bits on Bits
**Commentary By Jake Szymanski
**Funny or Die Shorts
Cast & Crew
It's like riding a roller coaster fueled by Red Bull and grain alcohol: kind of gross but pretty fun, too.
The movie's real value is that it's crude and funny for no defensible reason.
This is not great moviemaking by any stretch of the imagination, but the spot-on comic timing of [Kendrick and Plaza] captured my funny bone and kept it happily working overtime from start to finish.
Some of the dumbest bits (and there are many) don't fail completely because of the talents of the actors, especially DeVine, whose line readings throughout are sensational.
There are some solid laughs, even if most of it rings familiar.
It's asinine in an almost irresistible way. The film has an unapologetically dirty mind, except when it seems to have no mind at all, which is frequent.
It's bizarre and vulgar, but also too funny to resist.