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Entertaining, leaves you promising never to go to L.A.
If you ever wondered what L.A. parties with rockstars and aspiring rockstars are like this movie answers all your burning questions.
1. Soooo much vomit, really, lots of different types, textures and from different positions. But only the guys seemed to do it, apparently girls can hold our booze and drugs better.
2. Hipbones - at least these made up for all the times I had to watch a guy puking.
3. Douchey-ness is not limited to Bros. L.A. scenesters can be douches too, at least they are more entertaining to look at.
4. Why does the cover art have 3 girls in bikinis and who are they? Much better to have put the bandmembers in the art. Or at least just the hipbones with no faces.
On a serious note - it's a decent low budget flick. The writing is consistent, the dialogue believable as are the characters. There were some actual funny antics to laugh at. I have paid to see much worse in movie theaters.
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