Ahh, yes, a film where three friends need to overcome their internalised homophobia as their best friend comes out to them, and the whole journey takes us from them saying "that's gay" in a derogatory way to them saying "that's gay" in, like, a loving way? Just no.
Evan Todd is a total dreamboat but his friends are just shitty people. I don't really understand how you can claim to be lifelong best friends and deal with this crap, but oh. I did like his duck wallpaper, but the character motivations in this film are really off.
Kudos for trying to take a (slightly) different angle on a bro comedy, but it's unbelievable and awkward, and you still end up listening to 90 minutes of bigoted bullshit.