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The premise for this gross-out, deliberately offensive comedy is as simple as it is bizarre - Brennan and Dale, unemployed, middle-aged men still living with their single parents, are forced to share a room when Dale's father and Brennan's mother get married, making them step-brothers. What follows is a whole lot of imaginatively staged sadistic violence and colourful verbal abuse as these overgrown kids take out their frustrations on one another.
Vintage Woody Allen which looks at two years in the lives of a group of successful but unhappy New Yorkers.
14+ years 102 mins
Based on the novel by French writer/artist Jean Cocteau, this film revolves around the charged relationship between a young man and his sister.
14+ years 101 mins
This hit comedy sees a seemingly mismatched lazy slob and an ambitious career girl facing big decisions after a one-night stand leaves her pregnant.
14+ years 127 mins
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