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Step Brothers (25-Jul-2008)

Director: Adam McKay

Writers: Will Ferrell; Adam McKay; John C. Reilly

Keywords: Comedy

A pair of middle-aged men still living at home become unlikely roommates when their parents get married.

ABSTRACT
Brennan Duff and Dale Doback, losers approaching the age of forty still living at home with their respective single parents, become awkward siblings-in-law forced to share a room when their parents marry. Living with one another proves to be a bizarre challenge fraught with conflict from all ends, as the boys' sleepwalking tendencies draw the ire of the newlyweds just as Brennan's successful brother and his troubled spouse edge their way into the picture.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jason Davis
Actor
1982   Prison Break
Will Ferrell
Comic
16-Jul-1967   Saturday Night Live
Kathryn Hahn
Actor
23-Jul-1974   Lily Lebowski on Crossing Jordan
Richard Jenkins
Actor
2-Dec-1953   Six Feet Under
Ken Jeong
Actor
15-Jun-1969   Seņor Chang on Community
Phil LaMarr
Actor
24-Jan-1967   Mad TV, also voice actor
John C. Reilly
Actor
24-May-1965   Boogie Nights
Rob Riggle
Comic
21-Apr-1970   The Daily Show
Ian Roberts
Actor
29-Jul-1965   Upright Citizens Brigade
Seth Rogen
Actor
15-Apr-1982   Knocked Up
Horatio Sanz
Comic
4-Jun-1969   Yet another SNL fat guy
Adam Scott
Actor
3-Apr-1973   Phillip the Coffee Boy
Mary Steenburgen
Actor
8-Feb-1953   Goin' South

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