Two emotionally unavailable men attempt a relationship.

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    • Billy EichnerBobby Leiber
    • Luke MacfarlaneAaron
    • Guy BranumHenry
    • Miss LawrenceWanda
    • Ts MadisonAngela
    • Dot-Marie JonesCherry
    • Jim RashRobert
    • Eve LindleyTamara
    • Monica RaymundTina
    • Guillermo DíazEdgar


    • 83


      Eichner and Stoller have written a film that plays to both of their strengths as storytellers, all while making one of the funniest and most romantic films of 2022.
    • 80


      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.
    • 80

      Vanity Fair

      Bros leans into the giddy little revolution of its own existence, inviting the audience into a good, gay time that hasn’t exactly happened, in this way, before.
    • 80


      It really is joke after joke after joke, most delivered wonderfully by Eichner. And they sure landed in front of this big audience, but I do wonder how all that will play in a more subdued environment.
    • 80

      Screen Daily

      A winning romantic comedy about two men whose emotional intimacy issues may jeopardise the good thing they’ve got going, Bros is frequently funny but also quite touching, spearheaded by the dynamite chemistry between co-writer Billy Eichner and Luke Macfarlane.
    • 75

      The Playlist

      You wish the film had a slightly more queer eye behind the camera (yes, that’s a genuine thing, Andrew Ahn’s “Fire Island” is an excellent recent example). Even for a major studio production, it might have helped. But if everyone around you is laughing, maybe it doesn’t matter. It probably means another Bros gets made which, hey, wouldn’t be a bad thing at all.
    • 75


      Eichner’s gay homage to the great American romcoms of yesterday looks and feels exactly like them, and that’s groundbreaking enough. We’ll take that any day over a movie that tries too hard to pander to gay audiences. This one just hears and sees us.
    • 70


      Bros is confident enough being about queer characters that it doesn’t have to make them all likable.

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