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By Barbara Shulgasser-Parker, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 17+

Raunchy bachelor party-planning tale; sex, drugs, cursing.

Movie NR 2019 102 minutes
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The frenetic pacing of this movie matches the snarky humor, as profanity-laced one-liners fly by, some funny and others just raunchy. Budapest means to bask in the lowness of humanity; for example, one lead character proudly insists his dishonesty serves others. No doubt, many people live by such a philosophy, but this creates a likability problem that some viewers, no matter what age, may have trouble getting past. Though two married men lose their marriages over infidelities, one manages to glue things back together, while the other, still devoutly dishonest, is left in the cold. Older teens may enjoy the anarchy of two middle-age guys struggling to enjoy their lives before it's too late, but the idea that men have to behave like naughty boys in order to have a good time is questionable.

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