BROS

BROS
Released: 30th September, 2022

About BROS

Bros is an upcoming American romantic comedy film directed by Nicholas Stoller from a screenplay by himself and Billy Eichner, who also stars in the project. Stoller and Judd Apatow are the producers.


Plot


Two men with commitment problems attempt a relationship.

Cast and Characters

Not yet updated.

Critic Reviews

  • Eichner is quick and funny, and Macfarlane is a strong leading man and a sensitive listener — with Eichner constantly deluging him with a torrent of words, Macfarlane would have to be. Audiences will become very fond of both long before the end of the picture.

    Rating: 100/100
    San Francisco Chronicle
  • It’s not a perfect film — the first half sags a little, the jump in Bobby’s career is jarring and some soliloquies land with a thud — but name us a perfect rom-com. This one has what the best have: heart, good faith and good old fashioned love. Welcome, “Bros,” to the canon.

    Rating: 88/100
    The Associated Press
  • What follows is an unconventional love story that — although is diverts from and subverts many of the tropes we've grown accustomed to in the genre — feels honest and real for anyone with experience in LGBTQ+ spaces.  

    Rating: 80/100
    Slashfilm
  • That it succeeds as well as it does can be chalked up to a lot of different things, including the pleasures of Provincetown in the fall, the sights of New York at Christmastime and the unerring perfection of Luke Macfarlane’s five o’clock shadow.

    Rating: 80/100
    Los Angeles Times
  • Like any successful comedy — or movie, for that matter — “Bros” succeeds in its specificity: in this case, gay life and culture that are brimming with foibles, contradictions, triumphs and failures just waiting to be mined for comic gold.

    Rating: 75/100
    Washington Post
  • For all its virtues, Bros is a bit of a frustrating watch, a lovely Nora Ephron-esque charmer buried somewhere underneath the self-imposed burden of representing “5,000 years of queer love stories,” a tug-of-war between the micro and macro that nearly squanders its sunny central romance with an attempt (however noble) to be all things to all people.

    Rating: 70/100
    Polygon
  • A case can be made that it’s gutsy and honest for Mr. Apatow, Mr. Stoller and Mr. Eichner to place such an obnoxious (and recognizable) figure as Bobby at the center of a rom-com, but as we saw in “The King of Staten Island,” comedies about jerks work only if they’re funny, and Bros isn’t.

    Rating: 50/100
    Wall Street Journal