One thing that is factual about the internet--whether this is good or bad--is that any asshole can air his or her opinion via a variety of different forums. This is true of kids, too, and a recent social media post highlights a Step Brothers review that attempts to write from an adult perspective before accidentally giving away that he is a kid. You can check out the funny review, below.
In a seemingly genius ploy for what seems to be a middle school-aged kid, there's a Step Brothers review that is going viral that features a "parent" talking about when they found Step Brothers to be an appropriate movie. The ages mentioned are 13 and 14 and the gender of the kid is a boy, so it seems like a middle school-aged kid really wants his parents to let him watch the Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly comedy. He gives himself away, later, when he mentions the following, spelling is the reviewer's own:
The funny review on Common Sense Media has been picked up and gone viral on social media in recent weeks, and we have to say it cracks us up. The review only left one other review, for 21 Jump Street, which also focuses on the swearing in that movie. I suppose there's always the possibility this was written by an adult without a firm grasp of spelling and grammar, but the way this is written closely resembles certain things that a kid would say and think. Whatever the truth, it's a really funny review.
Of course, this Step Brothers info is pretty relevant right now, as it is coming at a time when Will Ferrell recently revealed an idea he actually has held onto for a while about a potential Step Brothers 2. He said he initially wanted to do a whole story in which he and John C. Reilly's characters would follow their parents to a retirement home. While a sequel isn't currently in the works, it's still pretty fun to think about--especially regarding what reviews would come out related to that potential movie. If you'd like to see what recent movies are actually OK for your kids, check out CinemaBlend's guide.
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