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Here’s what critics had to say about Billy Eichner’s new rom-com Bros

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Billy Eichner’s rom-com, Bros, is released next month, but how do critics feel about the highly-anticipated film? The feature, which is in cinemas from 28 October, was written and stars Eichner alongside Luke Macfarlane, Kristen Chenoworth, Kenan Thompson and Debra Messing.

Guillermo Diaz, Bowen Yang and Ts Madison also appeared in the film. The film was directed by Nicholas Stoller, best known for Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Bad Neighbours and Friends From College.

It premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this month. Bros has an astonishing 94% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, but what do the top film critics have to say about the upcoming release?   The Hollywood ReporterThe Hollywood Reporter kept the summary of its review short and sweet: “Entertaining, but less original than it initially seems.”   BBC, 4/5 Caryn James from the BBC wrote: “Bros races along almost until the end when it embraces romcom elements, including a montage, that land as more clichéd than subversive.

But that doesn’t make the rest of this charming film any less entertaining and effective,” giving it a four out of five rating.   Variety Peter Debruge from Variety said: “Bros does a decent job of showing how incredibly different and complex these two characters can be.”   Slant Magazine, 2/5 Kenji Fujishima from Slant gave the rom-com a disappointing two out of five, stating: “The film is ultimately let down by its pat perspectives on modern romance and social justice.”   Financial Times Although the FT didn’t give the film a rating, Nicholas Rapold stated the movie “eases into the recognisable contours of the romcom, but there’s a rawness and a vulnerability here so foreign to recent entries in the genre as to feel fresh.”   Vani

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