The 5 Biggest Bros In Movie History

Thursday, November 29 by Gregory Wakeman

 

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We all need a bro. They’re there to help us through thick and thin, guiding us along the way through romantic mishaps and traumas. Plus they’re always ready to have a drink and party when needed. Of course, cinema has always created bona-fide legends in this category. Here are five movie bros that you wish were just a phone call away.

 

David, Jay and Cal, "The 40-Year-Old Virgin"

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Steve Carell’s, Andy, is struggling to get his love life started. So like any good bunch of friends David, Jay, and Cal help him out by setting him up with a host of ladies. Each of whom is more disgusting than the last. Regardless, fe finally gets the deed done.

 

Ed, "Shaun of the Dead"

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	Yes Ed is a bad man and a constant source of frustration for the eponymous Shaun. However, every single one of us has got a friend like this who you know is a bit of an idiot but you can’t help but love him.</p>
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	<strong>Trent, "Swingers"</strong></p>
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Jon Favreau’s love-lorn Mike, is struggling to get over splitting up with his long-term girlfriend. His friend Trent realizes that the only way to do this is by going to Vegas and living it up. He’s so money.

 

Garth, "Wayne’s World"

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The most loveable dork cinema has ever known, Garth is Wayne’s henchman and is there through thick and thin…even after Wayne snaps and leaves him out to dry on public television. It's ok though, he's rewarded with a date with Kim Basinger in the sequel. Totally worth it.

 

Buzz, "Toy Story 2"

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Have there ever been two better friends in the movies? The answer is no. They are like two peas in a pod.