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26th Jun '16 8:10:09 AM Divra
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* ''Film/AboutABoy'' plays like a textbook romantic comedy, except the couple are an emotionally stunted ManChild and a maladjusted kid from a seriously dysfunctional family.
25th Jan '15 11:18:44 PM genisgone
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* Creator/RogerEbert once described ''Film/WithnailAndI'' as 'a Bromance going horribly wrong'.
23rd Aug '14 8:42:34 AM StFan
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-> ''"I love you, Tycho Brohe."''
-> -- '''Sydney''', from Film/ILoveYouMan during his new best friend's wedding[[note]]to a woman[[/note]].

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-> ''"I ->''"I love you, Tycho Brohe."''
-> -- '''Sydney''', from Film/ILoveYouMan during -->-- '''Sydney''' (during his new best friend's wedding[[note]]to a woman[[/note]].
woman[[/note]]), ''Film/ILoveYouMan''


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5th Jul '14 10:43:14 AM MontyPythonFanatic2
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* ''Film/TwentyOneJumpStreet'' has a number of bromantic moments, such as Schmidt asking his partner Jenko to prom (as part of their undercover work) and Jenko climbing all over Schmidt in bed. Though they start as high school enemies, by the end it has become a full-on bromance.
** ''Film/TwentyTwoJumpStreet'' extremely ups the ante for the Jenko/Schmidt bromance, with HoYay out the wazoo, Schmidt and Jenko having a counseling session together, and Schmidt becoming distraught when Jenko states that they need to "investigate other people."
20th Jan '14 7:59:45 AM crazysamaritan
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* Film/TheGreenHornet gives this a superhero twist. It uses a lot of the Bromantic Comedy tropes in order to deconstruct/reconstruct the hero/sidekick dynamic.

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* Film/TheGreenHornet ''Film/TheGreenHornet'' gives this a superhero twist. It uses a lot of the Bromantic Comedy tropes in order to deconstruct/reconstruct the hero/sidekick dynamic.



* ''ILoveYouMan'', which embraces and adapts countless RomCom tropes.

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* ''ILoveYouMan'', ''Film/ILoveYouMan'', which embraces and adapts countless RomCom tropes.



* Though some versions of ''TheProducers'' have a romantic subplot between Leo and Ulla, the main story of all versions is about how Leo Bloom and Max Bialystock came to be HeterosexualLifePartners (in crime) on Broadway. Near the end, it even has Leo testifying in court to what a great friend Max has been to him.

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* Though some versions of ''TheProducers'' ''Film/TheProducers'' have a romantic subplot between Leo and Ulla, the main story of all versions is about how Leo Bloom and Max Bialystock came to be HeterosexualLifePartners (in crime) on Broadway. Near the end, it even has Leo testifying in court to what a great friend Max has been to him.
3rd Aug '13 3:22:41 PM Sifr1889
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* ''Film/HotFuzz'' fits the bill rather well.

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* ''Film/HotFuzz'' fits the bill rather well. Amusingly, most of this owes itself to the fact that Angel was meant to have a love interest named Victoria, but after she was cut, most of her lines were given to Danny with surprisingly ''few'' changes.
23rd Jul '13 1:30:22 PM DriftingSkies
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-> -- '''Sydney''', from Film/ILoveYouMan during his new best friend's wedding[[hottip:*:to a woman]].

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-> -- '''Sydney''', from Film/ILoveYouMan during his new best friend's wedding[[hottip:*:to wedding[[note]]to a woman]].
woman[[/note]].
17th May '13 10:38:26 AM Nakuyabi
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* The first half of ''Film/MelodySWALK'' is about how Daniel makes friends with Ornshaw before it heads into RomanticComedy territory with Melody.
17th May '13 9:01:03 AM Nakuyabi
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* Though some versions of ''TheProducers'' have a romantic subplot between Leo and Ulla, the main story of all versions is about how Leo Bloom and Max Bialystock came to be HeterosexualLifePartners (in crime) on Broadway. It even has Leo testifying in court to what a great friend Max has been to him near the end.

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* Though some versions of ''TheProducers'' have a romantic subplot between Leo and Ulla, the main story of all versions is about how Leo Bloom and Max Bialystock came to be HeterosexualLifePartners (in crime) on Broadway. It Near the end, it even has Leo testifying in court to what a great friend Max has been to him near the end.him.
17th May '13 8:59:43 AM Nakuyabi
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* Though some versions of ''TheProducers'' have a romantic subplot between Leo and Ulla, the main story of all versions is about how Leo Bloom and Max Bialystock came to be HeterosexualLifePartners (in crime) on Broadway. It even has Leo testifying in court to what a great friend Max has been to him near the end.
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