Step Brothers is directed and co-written by Adam McKay, and it stars Will Farrell and John C. Reilly in a comedy film about the parents who married each other even when they have sons beforehand, but the problem is, the sons are in their adult years, and are not very bright, which they end up not going well with each other when they become step brothers. It's interesting to see that even if it's the least-received from all the films that Adam McKay has directed and written, people still talk about it like it's a cult classic. So I'm curious to see why it has become that, and I can see why. Will Farrell and John C. Reilly work together off so well that them acting annoying never seems to be actually annoying in a way that bothers me. The jokes are hilarious, even the mean-spirited ones that I thought were just going to be for the sake of it, but it progresses their characters and make them better, so I was pleasantly surprised to see that. The story is interesting as it would give off to a lot of jokes based on the main characters hating each other, then loving each other while also being immature about it, but the structure is very familiar that you know where it's going. Another thing that I can think of that is off-putting, is that while it's not nearly as horrible to watch based on their mean-spiritedness that I thought was going to be, but there are moments here or there that can be a bit too mean-spirited that bothers me a bit. Other then that however, Step Brothers is a great comedy that is something to quote like Anchorman.