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Though brimming with pitch-black comedy, "Brothers' Nest" actually plays like more of an absurdist tragedy as it pits good brother against good-brother-gone-bad in a cautionary tale of longing and desperation that packs a surprisingly affecting punch.
All of it is razor-sharp, darkly funny, and tense.
This is a comedy that's blacker than pitch, and tethered enough to unexaggerated human behavior that it can really commit to the consequences of its characters' colossal stupidity.
There's much to enjoy in this darkly comic update of Cain and Abel.
Brothers' Nest is a well made, nasty piece of work.
A slow build gives way to a fiery conclusion as Brother's Nest proves a slow burn thriller must-see.
Reminiscent of the best of the Coens' work, Brothers' Nest is a future classic in the making.
Brother's Nest will make you laugh, hold tight to the armrest of your seat, and then cry with its tale of a dysfunctional family.
The late, great Richard Franklin would be proud - Jacobson has crafted a truly impressive Australian Hitchcockian thriller.
A perfectly executed blend of twisted family dramatics, black comedy and bloody violence, told through a pitch-perfect level of tension sure to make the coolest of cat sweat bullets.
It's not a flawed movie because its not Kenny. It's because the third act has no rhythm and grows sluggish and purposeless.
It's balanced and refreshingly contemporary.
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