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Brother's Justice (2010)

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Motivated by Box Office statistics, Dax Shepard has made a decision to leave comedy to pursue his dream of becoming an international Martial Arts action star.

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Himself / Waylan / Patrick Jeung / Patrick Justice
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Nate
Greg Siegel ...
Greg
James Feldman ...
James
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Andres
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Himself
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Himself / Mark 'Pappy' Jeung
Laura Labo ...
Laura
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Himself
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Willie
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Waylan's Love
Chevonne Moore ...
Chevonne
Jordan Morris ...
Jordan
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Himself / Dwight Sage
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Himself / Senior
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Comedic actor Dax Shepard wants to change genres: with friend and producer Nate Tuck, he concocts a concept for an action film featuring martial arts. They drop in on Ashton Kutcher to see if he'll co-star, ask Jon Favreau to direct, and seek advice from Tom Arnold (because he was in "True Lies"). The road to a green light is rough, full of stops and cul-de-sacs. Along the way there's a front-yard wrestling match with Bradley Cooper and David Koechner, back stories on other Shepard/Tuck ventures, and a rupture in a life-long friendship. Can Dax get his kung-fu movie made in spite of rejection? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Not every idea is a winner

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Referenced in Conan: The Island of Misfit Roys: Scheider Edition (2011) See more »

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I actually thought it was quite hilarious
28 May 2013 | by (california, usa) – See all my reviews

I thought it was funny the whole way through,it had many super memorable moments of hilarity. It stuck well to its genre of mockumentary, by being at least close to believable almost the whole time with some pretty far-fetched moments. I love the all star cast,amazing to see so many funny people in one movie working so well together. Dax Shepard's brand of comedy is unique and top notch. It seems that much thought, love, and effort was put into this movie. Its an offbeat comedy with a kind of awkward situational feel, so it may not be everyone's cup of tea but I loved it. I hope to see more movies with this humor, wit, and direction from Dax in the future.


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