"A suburban teenager comes of age under the destructive guidance of his best friend, an aimless college dropout." If there's any way to get us hype for a Pete Davidson movie, it's giving us a synopsis of a film where he's the aimless college dropout in a coming of age story. Big Time Adolescence—which is Jason Orley's directorial debut and hits theaters and Hulu today—is that film, and today we have a quick look at what you can expect.

In the above clip, Davidson's Zeke turns on a track and starts getting his dance on; Mo (Griffin Gluck, who you should remember from Netflix's American Vandal) chills for a bit, but at a certain point, he can't help it, getting up and getting down. That's it, that's all you need to get ready for this film (although knowing that Euphoria star Sydney Sweeney and the legend Jon Cryer are also in this film doesn't hurt).

Peep the full clip up above, and be sure to check out Big Time Adolescence in theaters and on Hulu. Check out the trailer for the film below.