As one of the Asian stereotypes in this hit-or-(mostly)-miss comedy from writer/directors Jon Lucas and Scott Moore says, "Fuck kids these days. Every one of you is drunk, stupid, and fat." In other words, they're following the beats of The Hangover, which Lucas and Moore also co-wrote. It's not theft if you're stealing from yourself, right? But then, they're also borrowing from Ferris Bueller's playbook, except neither Casey (Skylar Astin) nor Miller (Miles Teller) have the personality or timing of Matthew Broderick. Back in high school, they were part of a triumvirate of friends, but college split them up. Now, to mark the 21st birthday of third bud Jeff Chang (Justin Chon), they reunite to take their pre-med pal out for "just one beer." Uh huh. Jeff spends the remainder of the film dead drunk, in an extended lift from Weekend at Bernie's. But before passing out, he stands atop a bar, drops trou, and pisses all over the patrons. I know how they feel.