The movie, Brother's Justice, is shot as a mockumentary following Dax Shepard, an out of touch Hollywood comedian who believes he deserves more money and fame. He plans to accomplish his goal by disowning his roots in comedy and becoming an action star like Chuck Norris. He and long time friend, Nate Tuck, try and pitch a movie called Brother's Justice. The movie is set to star Dax Shepard as one of the Justice brothers, where he will fight his way down a hill to save his brother (a typical Hollywood action movie pitch, but usually articulated differently).
I consider myself to be a pretty common man (man intended as a unisex identifier) and I do not have a documentary crew following me around nor do I pitch movies or expect to immediately excel at a field like action star without training or knowledge.
If you were to take the movie at face value it would be marginally funny. It would rely heavily on the humorous guest appearances of Tom Arnold, Bradley Cooper, David Koechner, Jon Favreau, Ashton Kutcher and the credits read Seth Green, but I didn't spot him in the film (Note: if you are bored by the movie you can play spot the Seth Green). If you are able to look beyond the childish antics, the movie actually presents a lot of irony and is a funny parody on out of touch Hollywood elites. The movie shows that atleast some of those Hollywood elites realize the crazy shit they get away with and can laugh at themselves.
In short this movie was Good, but it will probably winning any awards or recognition as a great movie (probably deservedly so). I suggest if you like low brow humor with lots of star cameos, that you sit down on a rainy day with low expectations and watch this movie.
You can check it out here at icefilms or here at megarelease.
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