• Released
  • February 18, 2011
  • (Limited Dallas 2/18/11; Expands LA 2/25)
  • R , 1 hr 21 min
  • Art House/Foreign

L.A. Weekly

By Ernest Hardy
Characters make choices that are incredibly stupid, even wildly offensive, but also recognizably human, and as the night spirals out of control Cannon demonstrates a strong hand in controlling the mayhem. He also sets himself up as a filmmaker to watch.
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The New York Times

By Neil Genzlinger
The script, by Mr. Canon and Doug Simon, eventually strains credulity - even frat boys aren't this dumb - but Mr. Canon, in his first feature, shows a great knack for keeping things moving. The gathering implausibility is dispelled by a nice ending twist.
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Boxoffice Magazine

By Mark Keizer
Brotherhood moves fast, but it can't outrun its superficiality.
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The Hollywood Reporter

By Michael Rechtshaffen
Director Will Cannon keeps the energy level cranked but over-amplifies the dramatics to shrill effect, resulting in an unfortunate tone that undermines the serious-minded intent.
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Los Angeles Times

By Robert Abele
Brotherhood isn't badly acted or without some skillfully tense moments, but it doesn't have much in the way of entertainment value either.
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By Michelle Orange
If you've ever wondered how a bunch of blockheaded white boys would handle a bullet wound, you're in for a treat.
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52 out of 100
Mixed or average reviews
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