Reviews / 14.09.2022

A story about a gay man with commitment issues is hardly groundbreaking narrative fodder. Still, it is a damn near revelation when it's at the forefront of a theatrical release from a major studio. That's the history-making background of Bros, the first gay romantic comedy from a mainstream distributor to feature an almost-exclusively LGBTQ+ cast and starring and co-written by an openly gay man. Yes, it's taken a bloody long time to arrive at this point. Too long, in fact. Thankfully, the film is an absolute triumph. Hysterically amusing...