When Jonas brothers came out with a documentary about the 2016 Vegas mass shooting, they were hoping for something more than a quick laugh.
Their film, Fear and Loathe in Las.lv, would be the perfect way to get that laugh.
It’s a funny movie, but one that’s also an unflinching look at the psychological toll of mass shootings, and how they can lead to devastating and painful consequences.
As the Jonas brothers put it in their documentary, Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas: “The fact that we’re able to do it on camera is an achievement.
That we’re capable of doing that is an accomplishment.
The fact that I can share it with people, people will feel like they’ve seen something they haven’t before.”
The film is based on Jonas brothers documentary Fear And Gloat: How The World Was Lost When Guns Were Legal, which is now streaming on Amazon Prime.
It chronicles the life of Jonas and Brandon Armstrong, two brothers who had no idea how to deal with the tragedy of the shooting at a country music festival.
As their family watched from the front lines, the brothers decided to take a stand against gun violence.
Fear And Leastl.lv has the best shot at making that point.
As its title suggests, the film follows the brothers through their lives and how the tragedy changed their lives.
The brothers, along with their family, live in an upscale part of Las Vegas, which seems to have a pretty good reputation in the media.
But for the Jonas and the family, it’s all about the guns.
Brandon and Jonas are friends who love to shoot guns.
But when the brother and sister-in-law decide to go out for a few days with a friend, Brandon is left behind by his family.
“We were driving home from a club, and we pulled over, and the cops pulled out, and they told us, ‘Hey, let’s take these kids back to the house.’
And we said, ‘No, we’re gonna go back to Brandon’s house, so we’ll drive up to his house,’ ” Jonas says in the documentary.
“And the next thing you know, I was at Brandon’s home, and my brother’s dead.
That was really hard.
But we’re a bunch of tough kids, we’ve got our minds set on being strong, so at that moment, we knew we had to do something about this.”
Brandon was shot four times in the head and killed at age 13, and Jonas was 14.
In the documentary, the Jonas Brothers talk about the emotional impact of their brother’s death.
Brandon’s family believes that Brandon was trying to save his brother’s life by shooting the gunman who attacked him, but Jonas is not convinced that Brandon had any intentions to kill anyone.
Jonas’s brother, Brandon, was gunned down by a gunman at a party at his brother Jonas’ home.
His father, Jonas, believes that the shooting was revenge for Brandon shooting someone.
“Brandon did not intend to kill anybody.
It was revenge, but he wasn’t thinking about that at all,” Jonas says.
“He didn’t have any idea what was going on.
Brandon was just doing what he was supposed to do.”
The brothers say that Brandon never planned to hurt anyone and that the shooter was simply a young man who was out of control.
Brandon had just gotten a job and was looking for a place to live, and he was on the brink of finding a place.
But Brandon had an idea of what he wanted to do with his life: He wanted to travel around the world.
Jonas and his family have been looking for ways to get him there.
He had recently returned from a vacation in the Bahamas with his mother, who was looking forward to spending time with him.
He’s been spending most of his time at Jonas’s house in his car, trying to learn about the culture and how he can get a job.
“I’m trying to figure out where to go, how to get to where I want to go,” Jonas tells the documentary’s producer, Dan Molloy.
“The first thing I’m doing is, I’m trying not to have thoughts of killing anybody.
I’m just trying to be a good person and just kind of go out there and enjoy the moment, because I think that’s what people do.”
After the shooting, Jonas’s family and friends were devastated.
“They thought that they had killed their brother and Brandon was going to come back and tell his story, and maybe they’d be able to sort of move forward with their lives,” Jonas’s mother, Lori Armstong, tells the film’s director, John Molloyle.
“But it didn’t happen that way.
The tragedy that we all know happened.”
The family and Jonas’s friends tried to get Brandon a job, but his mother said that he