It might be the story of Bobby and Aaron falling in love. But there is a surprising amount going on in Bros which might make the ending unclear for some. With The Bros movie, Universal studio makes history as the first LGBTQ+ romantic comedy. It follows in the footsteps of past queers like Hulu’s Happiest Season, but it also takes the next step.
Bobby and Aaron are both sure they don’t want a relationship. Bobby is certain that his single life and random hookups are enough for him and Aaron is kind to keep things loose.
In the true romantic comedy style, the two fall for each other, and by the ending of the Bros, they agree to try making a relationship work. The final exhibit for the LGBTQ+ museum in Bros. The finalized version of the exhibit as a whole contains a wealth of LGBTQ+ history which is known less, which includes deliberate prods at culture.
Aaron’s comments included a series of holograms of straight actors playing the parts of iconic LGBTQ+ historical figures, mocking the longstanding matter of LGBTQ+ roles going to nonqueer actors. The final exhibit itself is ultimately not about Abraham Lincoln’s sexuality.
Bobby and Aaron become the showpiece as they display their affection in front of everyone. But the important thing is that they show their love in their own way and the community is not a monolith is the last part of the museum in brothers.
Bros Cast And The Characters
Bobby and Aaron’s relationship and struggles are front and center in Bros. Their tale is an equally important backdrop. Littered throughout the movie are references to not just queer life and experiences, but also to the importance of LGBTQ+ history and a focus on how that history has been erased. All of this builds up to a nuanced rom-com finale, and LGBTQ +history and expenses are the keys to understanding Bros’ ending.