#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – In the 1980s, “Bros” were one of the biggest bands in the world – for 15 minutes. Having sold out stadiums around the world, they were the youngest to this day to play Wembley and their “Push” album went to Number 1 in over 20 countries, selling 10 million copies worldwide. The rise and fall of Bros was meteoric. This film charts twins Matt and Luke Goss’s reunion 28 years on, having hardly spoken and not played together since their split. With an incredibly fractured relationship and only 3 weeks to go until sell-out gigs at The O2 London, will they be able to put their history aside and come together as brothers to play the show of their lives? A raw and emotional look into the aftermath of fame and the re-connection between two twins torn apart by their past.
Plot: Brosettes rejoice! Matt and Luke Goss take on the big screen – and each other – in this candid documentary charting the twin pop sensations’ stormy reunion.
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Be careful what you wish for….
The old adage, never work with children or animals should maybe be extended, in this instance to include family as well! Added to that the pursuit and accolade of fame and all the pressures that entails, you have yourself a very interesting documentary. What Bros lacked in musical recognition they made up for in personality which sadly, at the time, backed up by a hefty battering from the British Press, (the likes of which had probably only been experienced by Iconic figures such as Princess Diana, and we all know how that ended) lead to a ‘Marmite’ culture; you either loved them or hated them. At the centre of this piece are a couple of very sensitive souls trying to overcome the traumas of their pasts and reconcile long buried grievances. You only have to read the autobiographies of both Matt and Luke to know that this documentary has been kept short, sweet and to the point. There’s an awful lot more that could have been covered but then we’d be reviewing a mini series! It is laugh-out-loud funny (even for a rather sceptical looking gentlemen sitting in front of me!) and I actually nearly jumped out of my seat to applaud at one point! The music has been chosen very carefully for this film and surprisingly it doesn’t contain many Bros songs! I really hope people put their prejudiced ideas to one side and give this film a watch. There are always going to be haters but for me, its 10/10 (over and over again…!)
You couldn’t write comedy this funny
This movie is what This Is Spinal Tap was trying to achieve but so much more. The Goss brothers unintentionally put together one of the funniest films of the last 10 years. Matt Goss’ insane similes, metaphors and anecdotes are akin to Michael Scott of The Office and really must be heard to be believed. It spoke volumes about how brief and fleeting fame can forever skew a person’s perspective of reality and a sense of their own importance. Ultimately Bros were huge for an incredibly small amount of time but seem to perceive themselves to have been at the level of the Beatles and their earnest belief in that makes them both comic and tragic. The battle of egos over the smallest detail in what turns out to be a not exactly sold out show at the shed that is London’s O2 is akin to Christopher Guest’s 1984 classic. Compelling in its madness and definitely worth a watch.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 38 min (98 min)
Genre Documentary, Music
Director Joe Pearlman, David Soutar
Actors Luke Goss, Matt Goss, Ron Perlman
Country United Kingdom
Awards Nominated for 1 BAFTA Film Award2 wins & 3 nominations total
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Aspect Ratio 16:9 HD
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