Hot Take: Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates | Movie Hot Take
Hot Take: If you manage to not pay too much attention to the plot, there are laughs to be had. Don't expect anything special or unique from the story and instead try to enjoy the sketch-like segments that interrupt the simple plot. Sometimes you have to work with a movie to find enjoyment. Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates is one of those movies. It has a lot going against it. Some of the funniest parts of the movie are featured in the trailer. The comedy also feels rather derivative as it skims the pond scum from some funnier films. It doesn't rip them off directly but you'll feel like you've been there before. Despite those strikes, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates finds a way to be entertaining even with some noticeable blemishes. How can a movie with a disheveled plot, hollow characters and a mixture of tired premises be entertaining? Well, chemistry for one. All four protagonists -- Adam DeVine and Zac Efron as Mike and Dave Stangle and Aubrey Plaza and Anna Kendrick as Tatiana and