This film isn’t that funny, which isn’t surprising. It tries to capitalize on the humor of a man who has settled down with a family seeing the fraternity next door and missing his youthful fun. Yet, he is trying to be a family man. This film isn’t funny, and I really don’t identify with the character that longs for the party days. I’m surprised the film has done as well as it has. At times, it’s boring, and it doesn’t make sense that the fraternity wouldn’t be considerate or the family wouldn’t move – one of the two. This movie is not worth a watch.