14AViolence, Course Language, and Sexual Content
When mild-mannered high school English teacher Andy Campbell (Charlie Day) is accused by his much tougher colleague Ron Strickland (Ice Cube) of getting him fired, he is challenged to an after-school fist fight. It’s the last day of the school year and as word of the epic fight spreads, Andy is forced to take any help he can get in preparation for the throwdown in the school’s parking lot.
Andy receives sage advice from his loving wife (JoAnna Garcia), the school guidance counselor Holly (Jillian Bell) and Coach Rawlins (Tracy Morgan) for encouragement. Frightened for his life, Andy even ends up calling 911, only to be told that he needs to take his beating like a man.
14AViolence, and Course Language
A young man named Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) is preparing to meet his girlfriend Rose's (Allison Williams) parents for the first time. However, he is skeptical of the introduction because Rose, who's white, hasn't told her parents that he is black. While she sees no importance in the color of his skin, he knows it's going to be an issue.
As they make their way to Rose's family estate, he is immediately subjected to racial profiling by a cop; but he just chocks it up to typical white suburban behavior. When they arrive at the vast estate, Rose's parents (Catherine Keener and Bradley Whitford) do not hide their discomfort at their daughter's choice of suitor. And as the awkward visit drags on, Chris begins to notice that all the African Americans in the town are acting strangely — almost as if they're hypnotized — and soon uncovers a twisted plot that may leave him at the mercy of the townsfolk.