Two families are about to come together in the most unlikely of ways. Both of them have something major in common, each has an adult son (nearing 40) that lives at home. So Brady Bunch style, without all the kids, the parents fall in love and the separate families become one. As this happens, both boys are very territorial, one more so than the other. Little do they know that beyond their bickering, they have more in common than they could imagine. Unfortunately, they are unable to see what is right in front of their eyes. Their escapades escalate until they push each of their prospective parents to the breaking point. Only upon reaching that precipice do they begin to realize that something in their life needs to change? Are they able to pull themselves together and do something with their lives or are they doomed to the lives they've created for themselves? That will remain to be seen. This comedy is good for laughs, but it goes above and beyond in the area of raunchy comedy. Though it attempts to recover itself from the inane stupidity (which I cannot fault it for since that is the basis of the whole idea), it never quite redeems itself from itself. Fans of Will Ferrell will certainly enjoy this quirky movie, but unless you're into low brau comedy, this might not be for you.