The Brothers Solomon Reviews
Dean Solomon: That the fuck is the crib, the safest place in the house.
Better than expected. This movie is basically Knocked Up's ugly cousin. Two brothers, who have been home schooled by their father, have no real experience with relationships...or anything really.
When their father falls ill, a request is made that he would have liked to see a grandchild. The boys then take it upon themselves to find a woman willing to have a baby with them. With the help of Craigslist, they find a surrogate, and it goes on from their.
The movie relies on the strength of its performers, and it does a commendable job. Will "GOB Bluth" Arnett does his best with what his given, but his delivery is always solid. Will Forte has a number of good moments as well. Chi McBride really stands out by stealing every scene he's in.
What really helps, is how these brothers remain positive throughout the entire movie, despite this situations they are in. It gives the movie an innocence that kind of helps it.
Their are many jokes that are run into the ground, but some are run so deep that they actually become funnier. Some sequences are actually accomplished pretty well.
Overall, this is not very good, but its entertaining for the right kind of audience. While their are better things that one can see than this, their are certainly things worse than this as well.
Dean Solomon: So there's at least a small chance we're dealing with a Cyclops
Great homage to the music of the 80's: "St. Elmo's Fire". Hahaha!