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Bromances on the big screen

Bromance is defined in urban dictionary as the complicated love and affection shared by two straight males.

We’ve all heard of bromances. From the “Jersey Shore” to “Laguna Beach”, these fist-pumping males share a close bond that is not easily met by anyone else.

“M.V.P.” or Mike, Vinnie and Pauly D famously take their Bromance to new levels by going to clubs and securing each other girls to take home on Jersey Shore.

Their non-stop bromance entertains the world and takes manly love to a whole new level.

Tons of Bromances fill Hollywood. “Scrubs”, “Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle”, “Animal House” and “I Love You, Man” all qualify as famous bromances.

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“I Love You, Man” is probably the bluntest bromance movie ever.

It’s about a man who needs a best man at his wedding and realizes he has no male friends. He befriends a man he meets at a house showing and they quickly cement their bromance.

In Hollywood, bromances have become their own genre; pretty much any show or movie with funny men who bond over anything, usually something abnormal that has happened to both of them.

“Get Him to the Greek” and “Pineapple Express” are also popular bromance movies that may not be realistic but are funny none-the-less.

Judd Apatow is the most notable bromance director. He’s the brain behind “Anchorman”, “The 40-Year-Old Virgin”, “Knocked Up” and “Superbad”.

Bromances will always have an appeal because they exist in real life.

Men will go to see these movies because they can relate to them.

Although these movies seem bizarre yet funny, things like this occur in real life.

Ladies, if your man’s in a bromance, take it from the girlfriends in the movies and shows; don’t try to break it up because it might cost you your relationship.

Yeah, that’s how intense bromances are and they don’t look like their going anywhere; at least not in Hollywood.

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