Everybody Wants Some is a film about a group of college baseball players. The action revolves around an all-male group reconvening at their common digs a few days before the academic year begins. Made up of a mix of juniors and seniors the young men struggle to get to know each other and in which sector of society they fit. In various groupings they try out – what amounts to – different music styles and the identities accompanying that music. So from country and western gigs to pop, metal and fantasy (okay the latter is not a music genre but a unique grouping nevertheless) they dress accordingly and try to fit in. Some of their social jostlings parallel how the boys are later to work as team members on the baseball field. Academia is merely an afterthought when compared to these important musings on the meaning of life.