The film takes after the tale of two graduates coming back to the place where they grew up, where an inquiry causes add up to disorder: which of their dads would be triumphant in a battle? Ben and Larry come back to the place where they grew up, where they wrangle about liquor and simply speculative, the dad of whom they beat the other, an inquiry that just a single dad is anxious to reply. Whenever Wayne, a bamboozled father, finds that his child supposes he will lose in a theoretical battle with his companion’s dad, he does what a sensible dad would do in that circumstance: he challenges the other dad to a genuine battle. Wayne needs to be the best dad in the most noticeably bad conceivable way. At the point when the dialog of the two companions is considered important, things turn out badly: occupations are lost, demolished connections, future is crushed, and moderately aged men are overpowered. Under these conditions, the closest companions are gone up against with who their folks truly are, as they start to take a gander at the world with the eyes of grown-ups.