Everybody Wants Some Synopsis
A “spiritual sequel” to Dazed and Confused set in the world of 1980 college life, Everybody Wants Some is a comedy that follows a group of friends as they navigate their way through the freedoms and responsibilities of unsupervised adulthood.
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Movie Reviews

A beautifully crafted real trip down memory lane...

By squeech
This movie took all the best parts of "Dazed.." and fast-forwarded 4 years to what seems like a whole new world with an entirely new cast of characters. Anyone watching this movie can relate to at...

A Great Trip!

By PDavidAlexander
This is Richard Linklater's "spiritual sequel" to 'Dazed and Confused' which follows a baseball team as they smoke and drink their last weekend away before the first day of classes start at college....

Waste of time and money!

By TxCanuk
Do yourself a favor and don't waste your time going to this movie....

Worst piece of trash i ever seen in my movie going career.

By eddie158

A good still-life of a culture I didn't experience.

By todd_rimes
I never knowingly saw a Richard Linklater film until "Boyhood", which had a smaller cast and smaller "action" but a real story. "Everybody Want's Some!!" doesn't make me a die-hard Linklater fan,...


By dmbdaveyd
this movie had zero plot. it was not funny or entertaining at all really. it started nowhere and went nowhere. I drove almost an hour to see this and boy was I let down....


By shauntreeboy
SUCKED!!!!! walked out it was so bad...

Everybody Wants Some

By kurthausheer
Aside from the great music and flashback to college life in the 80's, fun characters, the movie captures the free culture of that time....

boring, except the music

By yooperup
the music was the only thing that kept me from leaving. A lot of guy locker room humor, so if your a woman, you would not enjoy...

By fscwcuuga
Poor excuse for a follow up to Dazed and Confused....

More Info

Rated R | For Sexual Content, Language Throughout, Drug Use and Some Nudity
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Raunchy but funny and thoughtful early '80s college comedy.
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