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A Beer Tale (2012)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 4 July 2012 (USA)
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A coming of age romantic comedy centered around the lives of twin brothers Luke and Corey Frankenstein in the pivotal months following college graduation. Orphaned at the age of five, the ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Corey Frankenstein
... Luke Frankenstein
... Kelly Martin
... George Martin
... Laurie Martin
... Joy
... Mr. Volkov
... Derek
... Misha
... Ryan (as Brandon Henry)
Cassie Kunz ... Britney
Nicole Kunz ... Annie
... Football Goddess Jane
... Stripper
Lexi Lubotsky ... Maggie Martin
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A coming of age romantic comedy centered around the lives of twin brothers Luke and Corey Frankenstein in the pivotal months following college graduation. Orphaned at the age of five, the brothers inherited their family brewery and were left in the care of their uncle, a well-meaning but less than ideal paternal figure. Raised on beer, with the assumption they're all grown up, Luke and Corey decide it's time to finish their family beer; a beer their parents started but were never able to finish twenty years ago. But when the idealistic Luke meets a girl whose family shows him the home life he's always wanted, he abandons Corey and their family beer in pursuit of this budding relationship. Corey, however, refuses to go down without a fight, and the ensuing mayhem that follows pits brother against brother and forces the Colorado wild boys to finally grow up and decide what kind of men they really want to be. Written by L. Kunz

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When Luke cooks a romantic dinner for Kelly she wears a red scarf round her neck, takes it off and puts it next to her, only for it to appear round her neck again in the next shot. In the shot after it is next to her again. See more »

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Very laid back enjoyable movie
6 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

My expectations were not high for this film as I thought it was going to be just another low budget B movie. The actors caught my interest and I decided to give it a go. I was pleasantly surprised that after the first fifteen minutes it was able to keep my interest. It was all round good in every aspect. I could find nothing way below standards or annoying about it. I gave this movie an 8 because it stands out a great deal from the rest in it's categories, plus it's an excellent first attempt for the Kunz brothers who have proved to be multi talented from this feature. You do not need millions of dollars to produce an enjoyable film just like millions of dollars can not save a bad movie, but more funding can certainly make a good movies better.


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