Naked planking and William Shakespeare make awkward bedfellowsnin a raunchy updating of Love’s Labour’s Lost. Here, the Bard’s celibate noblemen become Viagra-necking New Yorkers pledging to stay single when one of their number has a painful break-up.
Not nearly as painful, alas, as the coarse complications that ensue as Zac Efron’s Jason tries to keep his current romance hidden from best buds Miles Teller and Michael B. Jordan.
As the object of his affections, Imogen Poots maintains her unusual and unenviable habit of being the sole redeeming feature in inferior movies (A Long Way Down, Need For Speed).
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