A new movie of the year 2016 has arrived and now you can enjoy the movie “Everybody Wants Some”. The story rounds around McReynolds (Tyler Hoechlin), one of the college baseball players that settle into a new area. This baseball team wants to sum up life in unending party vibe of the unruly comedy. This documentary basically is about a film-maker showing the facts of highs and lows of a boy life
Ensuing his defining composition Boyhood, Linklater has offered to give his best and his most decently enjoyable effort as 1993’s “Dazed and Confused”. Appropriately, he’s owed his newest as a “spiritual sequel” to that definitive high school humor. So you can see why viewing“Everybody Wants Some ”is so much interesting.
If we look at the “Dazed and Confused”, which was released in late 70s, focused on a wild group of teenagers rejoicing the last day of high school. After a few years later hits the 80s, “Everybody Wants Some” changes the act to the week moving up to the starting of college life for Jake (Blake Jenner), a capable pitcher opening his freshman year at the renowned Texas university.
The character Jake is called out for surely the type by Beverly (Zoey Deutch) who is a fine-art major who is very excited about being a newcomer. But the baseball team which he was forced to play with think of him otherwise.
Directly upon coming in the new city at new home, he’s become cloudy by McReynolds. He moves a lot better with his other housemates. The “homi” like Finn (Scream Queen’s Glen Powell) goes smoothly with the ladies by claiming to be a hot and dashing dude, and Willoughby (Wyatt Russell)who is the local stoner of the group tells Jake to throwaway convention so that he can stay true to himself.
An appealing dreamy story advances between Jake and Beverly as the film continues, but it takes a whole new level to the display of mis chiefs the boys get up to over the sequence of their limited days of complete freedom. Things led to other things that lead to go against the house major two rules mentioned by their coach about no drinking and no girls upstairs. But this doesn’t stop Jake of going wild. The group if not drinking or going high at home, they probably go to local disco club with women or hitting other house’s parties.
The story centers in the time of 1980 Texas, a college freshman played by Blake Jenner who encounters his new baseball colleagues like Will Brittain, Ryan Guzman. These are a rowdy group of disco dancing and women chasing partyers.
- Blake Jenner as Jake Tyler
- Hoechlin as McReynolds
- Wyatt Russell as Willoughby
- Ryan Guzman as Roper
- Zoey Deutch as Beverly
- Will Brittain as Billy Autrey
- Glen Powellas Finnegan
The trailer of the movie can be seen on this link.
The movie will be released all over America on April 1, 2016 (USA).