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‘Bros’ Review: You’ve Got Male
A heartfelt, hilarious classic Hollywood-style romantic comedy, Bros (★★★★☆) doesn’t screw around with the formula of forebears like When Harry Met Sally or You’ve Got Mail. Rather, the movie — produced by Judd Apatow, directed by Nicholas Stoller (Forgetting Sarah Marshall), and co-written by Stoller and star Billy Eichner — delivers fresh takes on tropes that worked for those films, while trafficking in jokes and situations they never touched.With tart dialogue and earnest intent, Bros leans into the romance of the giddy first kiss, and the determined dash across town to declare one’s love right now in front of an audience of awww-ing friends who will dance out the scene in a joyful montage.The filmmakers’ attention to genre detail includes layering Bros with that rare, underrated quality of a good romantic comedy: a believable resistance to romance. To stir the pot, somebody or something has to be standing in the way of happily ever after.Here, the culprits are our lead pair of lovebirds, commitment-shy New Yorkers Bobby (Eichner) and Aaron (Luke Macfarlane), who at least commit to a text-assisted dance of hooking up and sort of dating, after meeting at a club.Their rocky progress towards a climax, or several climaxes, follows a familiar rom-com path, but with both the rom and the com rendered through the specific lens of Bobby and Aaron’s modern gay experience.
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Bros NSFW trailer finds a foul-mouthed Billy Eichner breaking down gay relationships
Billy Eichner gets ready to tell the world how different gay relationships are from straight relationships in the new NSFW trailer for Bros.Eichner, 43, makes his feature film screenwriting debut, co-writing the script with director Nicholas Stoller, while also starring as Bobby Lieber.The film follows two men (Eichner and Luke Macfarlane) with commitment issues who take a crack at starting a relationship together, with the project making history as the first ever major studio gay romantic comedy, with the entire main cast comprised of LGBTQ actors. Billy on the screen:Billy Eichner gets ready to tell the world how different gay relationships are from straight relationships in the new NSFW trailer for Bros Historic:The film follows two men (Eichner and Luke Macfarlane) with commitment issues who take a crack at starting a relationship together, with the project making history as the first ever major studio gay romantic comedy, with the entire main cast comprised of LGBTQ actorsThe trailer is set to Queen's iconic 1976 hit Somebody to Love, opening with Lieber introducing his podcast, where he talks about, 'whatever I feel like talking about.'He explains that some, 'big movie producers' asked him, 'to write a rom-com about a gay couple' that would be, 'something even a straight guy might even like and watch with his girlfriend.
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