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A Few Best Men

A Few Best Men
A Few Best Men
A Few Best Men
  • NR
  • 1h 37m
  • 2015
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Rebel Wilson and Olivia Newton-John deliver massive laughs in this wickedly funny comedy about supporting your best friends “for better or for worse.” When David unexpectedly gets engaged during a whirlwind vacation, his best friends are determined to send him off into married life in signature style. But when they arrive in Australia, the nuptial plans go from bad to worse as the guys discover that unpredictable relatives, a cross-dressing sheep and a deranged drug dealer don’t necessarily equate to a match made in heaven. It’s going to be a day no one will forget in this hilarious film from the acclaimed director of The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.
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Common Sense Says
Vulgar, trite comedy filled with drug use and sex.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that A Few Best Men is an incredibly vulgar and obnoxious Australian comedy about a wedding that goes horribly awry. Teens may be interested since it features Rebel Wilson, but it's definitely not appropriate for kids. Characters use cocaine, marijuana, and alcohol to excess and are often drunk or high. A character threatens to kill himself with a gun and then accidentally shoots his friend in the arm. When a beloved ram eats drugs sealed in baggies, characters give the ram laxatives to force it to defecate the drugs -- and when they're caught doing this, it looks like they're trying to have sex with the ram. We see naked male buttocks. The profanity is frequent and unrelenting; besides "f--k," pretty much every other type of profanity is used. If there was more of a real comedic payoff for all this over-the-top crassness, maybe it would be worthwhile for adults, but its vulgarity is only matched by its triteness.

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Comedy
  • Release Date:May 5, 2015
  • Languages:English
  • Captions:English
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  • Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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