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Brennan Huff, a sporadically employed thirty-nine-year-old who lives with his mother, Nancy. Dale Doback, a terminally unemployed forty-year-old who lives with his father, Robert. When Robert and Nancy marry and move in together, Brennan and Dale are forced to live with each other as step brothers. As their narcissism and downright aggressive laziness threaten to tear the family apart, these two middle-aged, immature, overgrown boys will orchestrate an insane, elaborate plan to bring their parents back together. To pull it off, they must form an unlikely bond that maybe, just maybe, will finally get them out of the house.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Step Brothers indulges in a cheerfully relentless immaturity that will quickly turn off viewers unamused by Ferrell and Reilly -- and delight those who find their antics hilarious.
The shouty variety of manchild comedy that Ferrell has cribbed from Jerry Lewis divides movie fans...
March 30, 2019
June 21, 2017
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
On its own terms, Step Brothers is hilarious. But it's a shame that the filmmakers didn't have mor...
December 14, 2018
Unremittingly juvenile and irredeemably funny.
June 21, 2017
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Common Sense Says
Foul-mouthed Ferrell comedy isn't very funny. No kids.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this is a far raunchier comedy than the last collaboration between stars Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly, and director Adam McKay, Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, and much more explicit in how it stoops for laughs. It's loaded with crude, rude, sexual, and obscene language and situations, including visible male genitalia and glimpses of porn and a vocabulary that ranges from "p---y" to "f--k" and everywhere in between. There's also lots of product placement, and the film's half-hearted messages and morals -- about family, being who you are, and accepting people -- are drowned out by its loud, boisterous vulgarity.
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- Release Date:July 24, 2008
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