2 StarsWhen twin brothers Luke and Corey Frankenstein’s parents leave them orphans at age five, they’re taken in by their beer swilling uncle. Set to inherit the family brewery, the two grow up drinking and causing trouble around the facilities. Now, all grown up the pair set out to finish the beer their parents started creating twenty years ago. As they work, their lives begin to take different roads and a wedge is driven between the brothers. Luke wants wants to settle down and start a family, the one thing he missed out on during his childhood. Corey wants to sow his wild oats, party and have fun. Can the two come together to finish their family brew?
Bad acting, screenwriting and film-making sink what started out as a good idea for a film. There’s simply no follow through here, even after going through all the trouble of filming at a real brewery (Left Hand), these guys could have been working on Wall Street or race car drivers or astronauts or insert whatever job you’d like here. A Beer Tale never feels original or worthwhile.
Director: Lee Roy Kunz
Stars: Lee Roy Kunz, Cru Ennis, Zelda Williams, Scott Patterson, Alexandra Paul