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A few words about...™ Step Brothers -- in 4k UHD Blu-ray
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Mark VH

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I'd never seen Adam McKay's Step Brothers.

Never had the desire to do so.

Even though Mr. McKay is obviously a talented filmmaker.

But it arrives on 4k courtesy of Sony, and my son suggested that it's such a totally awful film - a disaster - that I might just actually enjoy it.

Sorry.

No.

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"Are you saying Pan?"

"You don't know anyone named Johnny Hopkins"
" It was Johnny Hopkins, and Sloan Kettering. And they were blazin' that s**t up every day.

I always get a good laugh watching this movie.
 

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RAH, I hope you go back to your regular point size in your A few words about...
The senior set has trouble reading such a small point size.
EDIT: HOOK is back to normal point size!
 

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The first three times I saw this movie I saw three different versions. I first attended a test screening, then on release I saw the theatrical cut, then the extended cut on the first video release. I found it funny every time and I still quote it quite a bit.

"So much more room for activities!"

Neil
 

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I'm 48, and I find this movie fucking hysterical. It gets quoted regularly around my house.

"You have the voice of an angel. Your voice is like a combination of Fergie and Jesus." :laugh:
 

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I rented this movie from Blockbuster about 10 years ago and was surprised by how funny and terrific it was. I seem to recall the reviews being quite poor. I haven't seen it since. I popped in the 4K disc last week and just skipped through the chapters a bit to sample the disc. Laughed out loud at a few of the moments I caught. Hopefully I'll get to watch it again by the end of the weekend. Been watching a lot of horror lately. Should be a nice break. :)
 

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I rented this movie from Blockbuster about 10 years ago and was surprised by how funny and terrific it was. I seem to recall the reviews being quite poor.

55% on RT, so mediocre/mixed.

I loved it. Ferrell/Reilly are pretty much money in the bank together...
 

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It's alright not to like this movie but this is the one rule of the house: Don't ever, ever, ever... touch my drumset. You understand? DON'T TOUCH IT! I was at about six there, you don't want to see me go to ten. :blink:

:drum:
 

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Sticks and stones will break my bones but I’m going to punch you repeatedly in the balls, Harris.

Not really.
 

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I don't know if it's worth the upgrade to 4k, but it is a pretty hilarious film. My wife and I quote it quite frequently...

I still love the little song written when the family starts falling apart... It sounds like a real 1960's era country song.

"Who gets the family Bible..." I think Adam McKay wrote the song.
 

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