You’ll probably laugh hard more than once...
...poke fun at their own cash-in premise and then get in wicked digs at 2.0 stoners and sexists.
...the film does a serviceable job depicting the difficulties increasingly square adults encounter in their efforts to convey some wokeness.
The action picks up with Mac and Kelly Radner, played once again with fantastic chemistry by Rogen and Rose Byrne.
...allows Efron to shine, underplaying his dimness to masterfully sell both a series of dumb-guy jokes (...) and a sweetly clumsy desire to be “of value” to the people around him.