Five friends collide with a highly competitive game that has been banned from the mark they have been playing since the first row - risking their necks, jobs and relationships to take each other down. The game coincides this year with their only unbeaten wedding ceremony, which should ultimately make it an easy goal.
Based on a true story about fortysomething manchildren still playing tag, this bro-bonding comedy is all over the place, but fueled by a terrific cast and a partytime atmosphere that might be just what you're looking for on a hot summer night.
This one's first half stores enough in its hump to see it through the arid second. But like any man-child terminally sidetracked by interests better left in the playground, it never fulfils its potential.