Three parents discover their daughter’s secret pact to lose their virginities come prom night… and no one’s happy about it.

As three young girls develop a firm friendship at the start of school, their parents Lisa (Leslie Mann), Mitchell (John Cena) and Hunter (Ike Barinholtz) develop their own bond. The year’s pass by, and the parents support one another through the highs and lows of their daughter’s growing up.

It’s 2018, and prom night has finally arrived for the girls. The parents are feeling sentimental about their children being all grown up, when they discover one of the girl’s laptops showing their live text conversation.

The girls accidentally reveal to their parents a pact to lose their virginities on prom night, which leaves their parents less than happy. Determined not to let them do anything they might regret, Lisa, Mitchell and Hunter embark on a mission to block the teenagers, leading to a night of hilarity for everyone but the parents.

This gross-out comedy starring comedy veteran Leslie Mann (Knocked Up, The Other Woman) alongside John Cena (Daddy’s Home 2) and Ike Barinholtz (Bad Neighbours) is a riotous performance that’ll leave you gasping in more ways than one.

Release date: 30th Mar 2018
Running time: 1hr 42mins
Director: Kay Cannon
Cast: Leslie Mann, Ike Barinholtz, John Cena

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