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Aboriginal pals Charlie and Eddie flee a demonic dog and make some quirky new friends during a hazy journey into the Australian Outback to return a sacred stone to its rightful resting place. Long ago, Eddie's uncle entrusted him with a divine stone from Kalgoorlie. Promising that he would one day make the pilgrimage to Kalgoorlie and reconnect with his Aboriginal roots, Eddie stashed the stone in his jacket for safe keeping. When his careless friend Charlie trades the jacket without asking, Eddie vows to recover the stone and reconnect with his roots. But he won't be getting rid of… More

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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 90%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Stone Brothers indulges in a spectacular willingness to take the piss that's both a strength and a weakness."
‑ Ruth Hessey, MovieTime, ABC Radio National
"Frankland's attempt at a broad stoner comedy misses the mark in so many ways the film almost qualifies as a tragedy."
‑ Jim Schembri, The Age (Australia)
"In a significant year for indigenous films, Stone Bros. plays the Joker's role: a bromance disguising the film's intent to prick consciences in the hardest writing form (comedy) to master."
‑ Des Partridge, Courier Mail (Australia)
"A genuinely funny road movie that sees two fine actors dealing with personal and global issues in a fresh and emotionally engaging way."
‑ Brian Duff, FILMINK (Australia)
"While some of the comedy is a bit brash and silly, Stone Bros. definitely succeeds in using humour to communicate some home truths."
‑ Alice Tynan, Concrete Playground
"Won't burst through the comedic stratosphere, but Stone Bros. is still a trip worth taking."
‑ Anders Wotzke, Moviedex
"Stone Bros isn't a worthy or important, topical film. All it wants is for you to laugh, and there's no doubt that you will."
‑ Giles Hardie, Unknown2
"THC-inspired tomfoolery serves as a smokescreen for all manner of countercultural observations on society and race... as Eddie and Charlie's road trip becomes a broader quest for their Aboriginal roots and identity in a postmodern Oz."
‑ Anton Bitel, Eye for Film
"While the ebullient burst of rough-and-ready slapstick which delivers the message is far from a comic masterstroke, it does produce a rousing finish to this shambolic but irrepressibly good-natured film."
‑ Sandra Hall, Sydney Morning Herald
"Harold And Kumar Go To Kalgoorlie? A cruisey comedy you'll like to like, even when the buzz flickers."
‑ Ben McEachen, Empire Magazine Australasia
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