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Bros: Review

  2022. R. 115 mins. Directed by Nicholas Stoller Bros  follows Bobby (Billy Eichner), a single guy who runs his own podcast and is in the process of opening the first LGBTQ+ history museum. Bobby has always been more into his work than relationships so he mostly uses dating apps to hook up rather than commit to any relationships. While at a club one night he meets Aaron (Luke Macfarlane), a guy who is not normally his type but there's something about him that interests Bobby. Aaron also has never committed to a relationship before either and mostly just hooks up as well. Both guys are complete opposites but share some similar beliefs that make them very compatible. Despite never committing to relationships in the past Bobby and Aaron decide to give it a try but both have reservations about doing so. As far as romantic comedies go Bros  does a great job at giving audiences something different. This is one of, if not the first mainstream rom-com to feature two male leads. Billy Eich

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