Reviews for The Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best
New York Post
In “The Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best,” half of the musical duo embarking on an eccentric US tour vows, “We’re gonna change the course of human history — like the Wyld Stallyns in ‘Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure.’ ” A noble goal.
I haven’t had nearly as much time to devote to writing reviews lately as I’d like. Relocating the entire TCS Empire out here to Hollywood has been one amazingly time consuming and slightly soul crushing experience. But, I couldn’t let the opportunity...
A pair of misfit hipsters hit the road in Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best, a likably goofy, lo-fi indie propelled by the syncopations of a cheesy keyboard - and the cheesy dreams of its hapless heroes.
Alex (O’Nan) is a broken man. Recently dumped by his girlfriend (via hand-written letter no less, who writes letters in 2012?), kicked out of his band for not having undergone an exorcism and fired from his job as an estate agent for launching the...
Good fun, but O'Nan doesn't take this film nearly as far as it could go, leaving the plot and its characters somewhat two-dimensional in their obvious stereotyping.
Shadows on the Wall
Fans of whimsical American indie movies will enjoy this ramshackle road comedy about a couple of losers who only come to life when they play their music. It's charming and cute, but there isn't much to it.
“We’re going to change the course of human history – like the Wyld Stallyns in Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure!” So declares one half of the oddball musical duo at the centre of this highly likeable buddy movie.