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Watching 2 Brothers and a Bride
Last night, the movie 2 Brothers and a Bride was on TV and I thought “hey, why not?” The movie was interesting and fresh. It was about 2 brothers from the Midwest that joined a matchmaking tour to St. Petersburg, Russia where they are promised introductions to hundreds of women in 2 weeks.
The characters Jake and Josh live and work in a vegetable farm and their Ma looked after them. When she died, the two realized how lonely and bad they are in household work. With the issue looming, Josh books 2 tickets to Russia as part of the “A Foreign Affair” singles tour.
At first glance, you’d expect a sort of romance over the rainbow but these 2 brothers aren’t exactly looking for love; they are looking for a wife. This synopsis makes this rom-com-indie movie unique.
The character Angela Beck, a British reporter doing a documentary on the “A Foreign Affair” scenario, is fascinated and confused about the whole gig. Her character brings in a sensible, down-to-earth and insightful side of the tour.
Overall, the movie brings in a unique outlook on singles tours and romance in entirety. I think it’s worth recommending. What do you think?
Ive seen that. Its pretty funny. And somewhat realistic too. It shows both the good and bad side of Russian women, not just one or the other.
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