All right, I'm just gonna say it and get it out of the way—there will always be a special place in my heart for dick and fart jokes. I grew up adoring Kevin Smith, so I can't help it, okay? And if there's one thing you should know about Beerfest, it's this—it is filled to the brim with dick and, burp jokes. (Is there really a difference?) So if you can't get down with that and have a little fun with a movie, read no further.

For those of you still reading, there's another thing I'm going to admit—I love beer! I mean, fuck, I'm drunk right now! And if you love beer as much as I do, then you'll appreciate this movie even more, since it's all about the love of that sweet, sweet nectar we call beer.

Okay, so if you love beer and you can appreciate immature humor, then check this shit out: Todd and Jan Wolfhouse (Erik Stolhanske and Paul Soter) discover their grandpa died, and so have been assigned to spread his ashes at the family plot in Germany during Oktoberfest. Once they get there, they're brought to a special underground Beer Olympics called Beerfest, where they're told by some beefy, asshole Germans that their grandpa was a fraud and their great grandma was the town whore.

Long story short, to get back at the Germans, Todd and Jan go back to America and put together their own team of misfits to compete in the Beerfest games the following year. Insert all your favorite Broken Lizard actors, those dick and burp jokes I referenced earlier, and a nasty run-in with mustard, and one year passes—at which point the American Beerfest team whips the shit out of everyone. Represent.

So, yeah: Go into Beerfest expecting a good time, a lot of laughs, and not much else—and you, like me, will likely enjoy this hilarious masterpiece. I loved this movie—and I'm not just saying that because I'm drunk!