The pizza company that he works for has a 30 minute or less delivery policy, or the pizza is free, the only problem is that the price of the pizza comes out of Nick's (Jesse Eisenberg) pocket. Not only will he have to pay for the pizza, but he could always look forward to being chewed out by the boss for his tardy behavior. Nick's best friend is half of a twin, and until now, he never even knew that Nick slept with his sister. Dwayne King, played by Danny McBride and Travis cord (played by Nick Swardson) are two individuals who are doing nothing with their lives, and because of it they are being pressured by Major Fred Ward, Dwayne's dad.
As he visits the local strip joint, Dwayne decides to confide in his favorite stripper Lucy, about the problems he is having with his father. After pointing out that the reason for his patience is the possibility of a decent inheritance, the stripper suggests that he accelerate the demise of his father through early termination. Dwayne does not have what it takes to kill his father, however, Lucy claims that she can introduce him to someone. The only catch in being able to hire someone to do his wet work, is that Dwayne needs to come up with $100,000.00.
Neither Dwayne, nor his friend Travis has the required funds, so Dwayne concocts a plan to get the money they need. They decide that they will have someone else handle the legwork, and when it came in the acquisition of funds, Dwayne had an idea. After seeing an advertisement on the television, Dwayne decided that they would kidnap a pizza delivery guy and strap a bomb on his chest, giving him the ultimatum to steal the 100K. Directed by Ruben Fleischer, this action comedy is filmed primarily in Grand Rapids Michigan. Supporting actors are Nick Swardson as Travis and Dilshad Vadsaria as Kate.
August is usually a pretty rough time at the movies. Studios are rushing to cram in all the films that feel like summer films, but aren't actually good enough to compete with the big boys, and Oscar season hasn't really started yet, so you can't even go see a decent drama. So unless you're into barbarians, vampires, apes, or spy kids, you're pretty much out of luck. Enter Aziz Ansari and Jesse Eisenberg, who are here to make sure you can get through August with at least one quality movie.