Life is sweet for 35-year-old video game tester Alex, until he's forced to move in with his overbearing grandmother Lilly and her two roommates: oversexed Grace and overmedicated Bea To save face with his much younger co-workers and super-sexy new boss. Alex brags about the "three hot babes" living with him, but soon that cat's out of the bag... and the real party at Grandma's house has just begun!
At the age of 33, New Jersey mini-mart clerks and best friends, Dante Hicks (Brian O’Halloran) and Randall Graves (Jeff Anderson) have it made. They work with each other, slack off all day and get paid for it. But when the local Quick Stop that has been their entire life and livelihood suffers a cataclysm, Dante and Randall have to do the unthinkable: find new minimum-wage jobs. Now they’re bringing their rapid fire one-liners, bad attitudes and unbridled love of fun at the customer’s expense to Mooby’s burger joint, where the only other employees are an uber-nerd (Trevor Fehrman) and an entirely too sexy manager (Rosario Dawson). But when Dante announces that he is going to leave Jersey forever and marry Emma Bunting (Jennifer Schwalbach Smith), his co-workers plan one last send off that quickly goes awry. As unbridled debates rage over such burning matters as Return of the Jedi vs Return of the King; George Lucas vs Peter Jackson vs Jesus; and how far is too far in every area from teenage sex to “customer relations”, Dante has to figure out an even bigger riddle: just how friendship, love, work and having a great time every single day can all come together in one humble adult existence.
Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle:
That Asian guy from American Pie and that Indian guy from Van Wilder team up with that white guy who directed Dude, Where's My Car? The result: Grade A, heavy duty laughs for stoners of all ethnic persuasions. Join the culturally challenged Harold and Kumar as they take a testosterone fuelled road trip across America in search of the elusive nirvana for Frat bot junk food fanatics: The White Castle Burger. Along the way they’ll have their manhood tested, their patriotism challenged and their sexual frustration mocked. Not since Cheech & Chong, Wayne & Garth and Bill & Ted has there been such a brilliantly dopey buddy movie. So invite the dudes around, chill out and inhale!