Live From the A-Team: More Film Fest Fun

“Brother’s Justice: Funny, But Too Long”
Review by: Laura

Brother’s Justice is a documentary style film about Dax Shepard as he tries to leave comedy to become a karate action star. He convinces his friend, Nate Tuck, to produce the movie titled Brother’s Justice. There is however, no script and no one wants anything to do with the movie. Nate is just about broke after trying to produce other movies that Dax wanted to make. The friendship falls apart during the movie as Dax demands more money and blames Nate for all the troubles they are facing. Nate finally leaves Hollywood broke and defeated. Two years go by and Dax has been forced to make three more comedies. He finds Nate who agrees to work on Dax newest project, a western version of Brother’s Justice. The movie and funny and I enjoyed it. Two times during the movie I got bored and thought, “this is too long.” They had several big name stars in it, Ashton Kutcher to name one. I had a hard time watching Dax take advantage of Nate over and over again. In all the movie was funny and enjoyable.

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