21 & Over

If you’re looking for a film that will (likely) not include children in the audience, 21 & Over may be the way to go, depending on how you like your comedy. The story finds buddies Miller and Casey reuniting with friend Jeff Chang, with the intention of taking Jeff out for a drink the night of his 21st birthday. What ensues is a crazed evening of debauchery and madness. Go figure.

Fans of The Hangover might find 21 & Over a bit familiar, and they should—Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, the writers of The Hangover, make their directorial debut here. 21 & Over is essentially a slightly toned down version of The Hangover—the hardest thing consumed in the film is alcohol, and the action takes place on a college campus instead of Las Vegas. There is a perk here, though: ample male nudity from all three of the main stars. If there’s one redeeming factor about watching 21 & Over, it’s seeing Skylar Astin (Pitch Perfect) naked.

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