Finally, the headline we all saw coming when Warner Bros. released the trailer for We Are Your Friends back in May. Max Joseph’s directorial debut opened last Friday to an estimated $1.8 million dollars in 2,333 theaters. If those numbers just look like meaningless data points to you, then you can interpret them this way: We Are Your Friends is the third worst selling wide-release debut ever, according to Box Office Mojo. It lands on the list behind the films Delgo and Oogieloves In The BIG Balloon Adventure (wtf?!?!). There are a lot of reasons why this film is a massive failure, and you can read more about them in an extensive essay I wrote about its irrelevance, but what it mostly comes down to is this: No sober person should be subjected to that many bass drops in an hour and a half. It’s headache-inducing. I wouldn’t consider We Are Your Friends to be a terrible movie, but it’s one that you can wait to pirate a month from now, if only to ogle Zac Efron’s physique (see biceps depicted above). Read more over at Entertainment Weekly.