Summary: The story is about two men who have a lot of growing up to do. After being spoon fed their whole lives, their single parents meet, date, and later get married. This forces the two brothers to move in with each other.
Excerpt: Loved this movie, so I picked it up at Target for 14.99 The PQ is really good, it definitely isn't perfect, but it still looks really nice. It does have quite an amount of grain, so it looked like a Fox release, but still, I was really pleased with how it looked on my TV, I even liked the colors.
The Step Brothers Blu-Ray has got the most play time out of anything I
25 March 2012
Excerpt: First off, the movie itself is awesome...and that can be said for for most of the movies I own, but what can't be said is that the extras are great. This release is an exception to that as the extras are great...in fact the extras are amazing, just as hilarious and epic as the movie.
Excerpt: Full of great jokes from start to finish. Great situational comedy. If you like Will or John, you should enjoy this one. But I can see why some just won't be on the train for this one. It is without question polarizing.
Excerpt: Initially, this one didn't grab me. I made a blind buy some time ago, and while some parts struck me as hysterical, overall I just didn't get it. But after my initial viewing, certain phrases and scenes kept coming to mind at totally random times, and I found myself laughing while not even watching...
Summary: "Step Brothers" tells the story of two 40-year-old men who still live with their parents, acting like young children, due to the fact that they have been spoon-fed their entire lives. Richard Jenkins is by far one of the best actors I've seen to date, especially in a comedy.