Stone Bros
Stone Bros (2009)

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… More

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Rated: R
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Genre: Comedy
Release Date: September 24, 2009
DVD Release Date: April 9, 2013
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Ruth Hessey
MovieTime, ABC Radio National

Stone Brothers indulges in a spectacular willingness to take the piss that's both a strength and a weakness.

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Jim Schembri
The Age (Australia)

Frankland's attempt at a broad stoner comedy misses the mark in so many ways the film almost qualifies as a tragedy.

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Des Partridge
Courier Mail (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.

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Alice Tynan
Concrete Playground

While some of the comedy is a bit brash and silly, Stone Bros. definitely succeeds in using humour to communicate some home truths.

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Anders Wotzke

Won't burst through the comedic stratosphere, but Stone Bros. is still a trip worth taking.

Giles Hardie

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.

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Anton Bitel
Eye for Film

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.

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Sandra Hall
Sydney Morning Herald

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.

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Ben McEachen
Empire Magazine Australasia

Harold And Kumar Go To Kalgoorlie? A cruisey comedy you'll like to like, even when the buzz flickers.

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