Blockers is a movie about young teens and their sexual urges, and their parents’ desire to prevent anything sexual from happening with them during prom—at least at first. Sadly, the parents eventually decide it is up to their daughters to decide when they should have sex. Modern parenting apparently has changed in some homes, sad to say. Lisa (Leslie Mann), Hunter (Ike Barinholtz) and Mitchell (John Cena) are lifelong friends, who met on their daughters’ first day of kindergarten. Now the prom is on the horizon, as well as graduation, and the three friends get together to reminisce about the girls their daughters used to be. How quickly time flies.
At the crux of the film, the three girls, Kayla, Julie, and Sam, make a pact to lose their virginity, and their parents have their hands full in trying to prevent it. The film manages to make a point about mid-life crisis and deals a bit with what the parents are going through. A few of the lines are funny here and there. Due to the excessive use of sexual comments, sexual scenes, language, and nudity, as well as drug use, we can’t award this movie our Dove Seal.