Odd, sometimes disjointed and disturbing fable that seems to gently borrow from some more recognizable horror fare. I watched late at night, fading in and out a few times which I think only enhanced the film and the "dreamlike" (RE: nightmare!) atmosphere. Oh, and the Carradine-written theme song is disarmingly haunting. I don't know that I liked it, but I definitely didn't hate it...this one's for the more adventurous.
Everybody Wants Some is 2 hours of hanging out with best friends. It feels familiar enough to engage the audience, but personal enough to feel like someone else sharing a great, youthful memory. You enjoy spending every minute with these characters and when it ends, you want more time with them. Just like youth, it's fleeting and you just have to savor every moment. Relentlessly fun and funny, but never pointless and really has more going on under the surface if you care to look.