Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates Wednesday, 08 April 2020

Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates

Additional Info

  • Rating:

    MA15+: Strong sexual references, drug use and coarse language.

  • The pitch:

    A wedding gets Stangled.

  • Starring:

    Zac Efron, Adam Devine, Anna Kendrick, Aubrey Plaza, Stephen Root, Stephanie Faracy, Sugar Lyn Beard, Sam Richardson, Alice Wetterlund, Lavell Crawford, Mary Holland

  • Directed by:

    Jake Szymanski

  • Running time:

    98 minutes

  • Rated:

    MA15+ (Australia), 15 (UK), R (USA)


    People are punched, tackled, hit in the crotch, hit by moving vehicles, headbutted, thrown through the air, body-slammed, dragged by a bolting horse. Burning vehicle. Fare-dodging, theft (implied). Smashed glass/television. Drawings of characters with weapons (eg worm with gun). Arguing, yelling, screaming. Steal little girls, trying to poison cousin, cutting schoolgirl's hair off then wearing it mentioned. Blood/gore: Bloody/burned face, red eye. Bloody scratches, noses, lips. Bruising, bandages. A man appears to suffer a heart attack. Patient on EMT stretcher. Dying from cancer, AIDS, plane crash mentioned.


    A sex scene in a stable shows the female assuming a male position. An erection is seen beneath a man's shorts. Erotic massage, orgasm, a female masturbates another female, girls watch porn together. Full female nudity (front and rear). Full male nudity (genitals obscured), drawing of male genitalia. Propositioning (m-m; f-m). Prostitutes. Kissing, flirting, ear-biting, crotch-grabbing, twerking, cross-dressing, undressing, oiling body. Shirtless males, exposed breasts, people in swimwear, cleavage, skimpy clothing, posters of women in bikinis. Sexual-themed hand gesturing. Sexual slang, references to sex/bondage/homosexuality/unwanted sex. Chlamydia, masturbating, push pop mentioned.


    People swallow ecstasy pills, smoke a joint; tripping, intoxication. Drug paraphenalia seen. Alcohol (spirits, shots, wine, champagne, beer, depth charges, cocktails). MDMA, vodka pot brownies, peyote, got high mentioned.


    F-words, s-words, a-words, b*tch. Name-calling. Slang terms for genitals, bodily fluids. Jokes abour race, culture, genitals, sexuality. Religious exclamations (what the hell, goddamit, god).


    Brothers, weddings, social media, family gatherings, being left at the altar, viral posts, cousins, ATVs, wholesale liquor sales, graphic novels, screw-ups.


    Dead grandfather, relationship breakup, dead ex-boyfriend, fear of heights mentioned. Wedding, bar settings. Fireworks, sparklers, plane. Dog, horses, roast pig on the spit, sushi. Very loosely based on a true story.


    Fun, raunchy, nutty, spirited, loose, scruffy, pervy, surprising. Droll/cut-throat/film-stealing performance by Aubrey Plaza, game cast, amusing premise, slick slo-mo opening credits sequence, lovely resort setting, female characters get to behave as badly as the males, hilarious/athletic massage scene.


    Dumb, clichéd, broad, crass, desperate, frustrating, empty, unimaginative, button-pushing, juvenile. Some long/unfunny stretches, repetitive/frat-boy humour, looks cheap, syrupy score, lame ad-libbing, Anna Kendrick doesn't convince as a bimbo, DeVine tries to hard.

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