Amazon’s Prime video service is having a very males-between-the-ages-of-18-and-34 month in March. (Did no one tell them it’s Women’s History Month?) There’s the premiere of dude-bro comedy Ricky Stanicky starring John Cena; a remake of 1980s beefy-dudes-punching-faces epic Road House; and the second half of season 2 of grown-up super-hero cartoon Invincible, for nerd-lier young men. (There’s also a documentary about Frida Kahlo and a Tig Notaro stand-up special.)Ricky Stanicky

Wrestler-turned-movie-star John Cena is always funnier than you think he’ll be, and Ricky Stanicky gives Cena the chance to sink his teeth into a hammy role as the title character. In this Amazon-produced comedy from director Peter Farrelly, Zac Efron, Andrew Santino, and Jermaine Fowler play Dean, JT, and Wes, lifelong pal who and have been pretending to have a friend to use as an alibi or scapegoat since they were kids—if they want a night out with the guys,

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