After their high school basketball coach passes away, five good friends and former teammates reunite for a Fourth of July holiday weekend.This movie felt double its true length. I don't know why, maybe just the environment, but the jokes failed. Every bit of humor was crude or included pretty much obvious slapstick. You knew the guy would hit the tree, or you knew the guy would hit the wall.And don't get me started on the "emotional" moments. Every "true" moment felt fake and and made you think: "why is this even in here." The part where one guy lied to another and the making up afterwards made me feel like it was so fake. "Who cares?" is what you will think in these heartfelt moments.