They'll do anything for their families... except grow up.
Pull my finger.
The first movie was such a work of art and critical success (not) that the team had to come back with more for fans of low-brow humour. Our hero has relocated his family back to the small town where he and his friends grew up. This time around, the grown ups are the ones learning lessons from their kids on a day notoriously full of surprises: the last day of school. Expect tons of crude humour.
Infrequent, low-impact, innocuous scenes of alcohol use.
Material contains complex and mature themes of grown ups having fun, whilst remembering their school days, love, friendship, dating, bullying, happiness, secrets, lies, tenisons, pregancy, memories. The context of the material may not contain themes that may be harmful for any children under the age of 10, but they may nevertheless find it confusing, distressing or upsetting. Material contains mild/moderate language and verbal sexual reference, which is said in a light-hearted manner, justified by context as it is a comedy and is infrequent. Expressions of abuse in some instances are said during the general conversation and not directed towards anybody, e.g. ''I saw my dad's dick', 'those are my balls', 'there are no limitations of being a dick'. Language is within context as part of plot and character development. Material also contains low impact imitable acts (pranks): rolling of Markus in a tyre on a public road.