In Cinemascomics we have analyzed the domestic edition of the Blu-Ray of Bros: More Than Friends, Nicholas Stoller’s LGTBIQ+ romantic comedy, is now available for home theater lovers on DVD and Blu-Ray. Universal Pictures presents an Apatow Productions production, distributed in physical format in our country by Arvi Licensing.
The Bros: Más Que Amigos Blu-Ray includes essential additional content to delve into this fun romantic comedy that masterfully addresses LGTBIQ+ relationshipswhich is produced by Judd Apatow, recently responsible for George Carlin’s documentary The American Dream and the film El Rey del Barrio, but known for blockbusters such as Virgin at 40 and Embarrassing Mess.
Directed by Nicholas Stoller (Damn Neighbors and Step of You), it has a script written by himself along with Billy Eichner (Parks and Recreation), who also stars in the film. The interpreter is joined by Luke Macfarlane (Kinsey), Monica Raymund (Hightown), Guillermo Díaz (Scandal), Guy Branum (No Commitment), Amanda Bearse (Sky Sharks), Dot Jones (American Horror Story: Red Tide), Jim Rash ( Community), Eve Lindley (Firing Yang) and Peter Kim (Margin Call), along with cameos by Debra Messing (Searching), Ben Stiller (Zoolander) and Amy Schumer (And Suddenly You).
Synopsis of Bros: More Than Friends
Bobby (Billy Eichner) has a podcast in which he talks about his life, the fight for LGTBIQ+ rights and his personal relationships, where he assures that he has already given up on finding love. Everything will change when he meets Aaron (Luke Macfarlane), but his different hobbies and his clash of personalities make it difficult to start a love relationship between them.
Bros: More Than Friends It is shown in its Blu-Ray version with additional content that is only accessible from the menu in English, with no audio or subtitles in Spanish. Only by configuring our player in English we will be able to enjoy (without subtitles) deleted and extended scenes regarding the montage of the film released in theaters, as well as funny outtakes, discover how the filming went behind the scenes, the choice of the cast and the cameos, how was the development of this classic romantic comedy but with homosexual protagonists, interviews with the protagonists and discover the way in which they wanted to represent the entire LGTBIQ+ community in the first gay romantic comedy developed by a major Hollywood studio.
Screen: 2.39:1 Widescreen – 1080pLanguages: English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1; Spanish, German and Latin American Spanish DTS Digital Surround 5.1 and Audio Description Service in English Subtitles: Spanish, English for the deaf, German, Danish, Finnish, Latin American Spanish, Norwegian and Swedish It lasts approximately 115 minutes, and is classified as not recommended for minors 12 years old.
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