Step Brothers [Blu-ray] (Bilingual)
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I was hoping to watch yet another "Taladega Nights" or "Anchorman" since director Adam McKay reunites once more with Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly... although not as bad as I would have imagined, this film is certainly a bit less funny and entertaining than I would have liked. Ferrell and Reilly over-act like old adolescents, while the supporting characters do their best to try and maintain a balance. It is hard to find a liking ground when there's no stable ground to begin with and StepBrothers just doesn't have that satisfying ground. Nevertheless, it has touching moments, honest acting and honest to goodness direction.
Two middle-aged loafers are forced to live together when their parents get married. Their immature antics over TV privileges and more put a toll on the marriage. They will hatch a plan to try and reunite the couple.
Quite a nice enough audio track, this is an easy listen. There's great depth, dialogs are clean, music has a nice balance to it. All in all, it is a very competent main track.
This transfer delivers multiple qualities. Let's just say you may not want to choose this title to impress your friends with your home theater (Michael Bay flicks usually do the trick, for this part). It nevertheless does the job done, and shows a good amount of details. Close-ups are very good too. Not a disappointing transfer by any means.
The bulk of the material is quite impressive with a second disc filled with interviews, behind the scenes footage, deleted scenes, deleted lines, alternate this, that and what-have-you, etc. McKay's films rarely disappoint on the extra content. Here, I cannot complain in the least since there's almost 3-4 hours worth of material to sink your teeth into. Plus, two versions of the film, which doesn't add much, but still nice to see what was cut.
band(restricted)trailer i saw made it seem very funny,raunchy and
edgy.the reality is,it was none of those.i found it much too
tame,considering my expectations.a lot of what was in the trailer was
toned down.and i barely laughed.if you're expecting edginess,this is
not the movie you're looking for.there are a few crude and lewd
moments,and some crude language but nothing that hasn't been seen or
done before.i also thought the movie was slow,and on the verge of being
boring in some areas.you might like it if you're a Will Ferrel or John
C. Reilly fan.for me,though this was one very disappointing movie.i
give Stepbrothers a 2/5
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Bad, bad, bad. Watched it a few months ago with a few friends and remembered I hated it and had to suffer through till the end. Never again.Published on Sept. 18 2012 by koolz03
This is a movie about 2 40ish year old guys that still live with their parents. The parents get married, forcing the 2 40 year old step brothers to live together. Read morePublished on Sept. 22 2010 by Jag Sulla
I am writing this review as I am watching the movie. What can I say? I guess the movie is intended for 12 or thirteen year olds, but i cant stand it. Read morePublished on June 12 2009 by action_comedy
this is prob the best will farel movie i have ever seen. it is so funny you will laugh no madder what. i would watch it over and over again. Read morePublished on April 12 2009 by Wendy Mayert