Because of a bad marriage of their parents, two brothers Jules (Daniel Arends) and Max (Tim Haars) made a pact never to get into a relationship with a woman. Therefore, they live a party-life in which they sleep with a different girl every day. However this changes when Jules starts to date Anna (Sylvia Hoeks) and Max falls in love with her. Can their bromance overcome this love triangle. Although the makers of this movie claim this movie is a romcom, it still has the same adolescent humour we are accustomed to with Steffen en Flip.Written by
The name of this movie should be spelled "Bros Before Hos" in proper English, but is often seen as "Bro's Before Ho's", probably as a result of applying Dutch spelling and pronunciation rules to an English title (the form without apostrophes might look confusing to Dutch people). The official movie poster gets around this problem by showing the S in a smaller font. See more »
Bro's before Ho's: full of energy and juvenile enthusiasm.
A fresh and funny comedy from the Netherlands, describing a bunch of people turning 30 (some more fortunate, some much less), all in the wake of American movies like most Western young people actually are.
The movie is nice because is full of energy and juvenile enthusiasm: it shows that being young and sexually uninhibited does not necessarily mean that you are also able to cope with more serious matters such as love, life or commitment.
Plot is predictable, however it's a comedy: honestly if it were not for the Dutch language I would not have been able to tell it from an American movie of the same genre.
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