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I gave this film a high rank. Is it a mind blowing film? No. Is the acting incredible? Definitely not. What the film does do is expose people to the Southern California/Arizona phenomenon known as "Bros". They are basically the West Coast version of "Guidos" which the MTV hit The Jersey Shore introduced us to. The attitudes and egos portrayed in the film are pretty accurate to those of the real world. The drug use may be a little excessive compared to reality. But rest assured you will see plenty of flat billed ball caps, SRH, Metal Mulisha, Famous Stars & Straps, Monster, Skin Industries as well as extremely jacked up pickups in reality. Bottom line it is a decent movie about a sub culture few outside the So Cal/Arizona area know about.
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