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Two Brothers: with Open Captions


Rated PG for mild violence.

PG In Theaters 06/25/2004 , 108min.
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Derek Elley
Combo of some stunning animal direction (courtesy of ace trainer Thierry Le Portier) and exotic period setting somewhere in French colonial Indochina charms when the quadripeds stalk the action but creaks when the bipeds open their mouths. Full Review
Desson Thomson
Washington Post
The story, which features an apparently lobotomized Guy Pearce as an opportunistic explorer and hunter who learns the errors of his ways, is deeply dull. Full Review
Jami Bernard
New York Daily News
Annaud is a filmmaker who often works with a bare minimum of dialogue. Yet his storytelling is so strong and emotional that words are barely necessary. Full Review
Kenneth Turan
Los Angeles Times
Only the tigers, beautiful and dangerous, maintain their integrity. By staying true to themselves, they make nothing else matter. Full Review
Lisa Schwarzbaum
Entertainment Weekly
That Annaud and his deft production team create believable dramatic characters without compromising the dignity of the animals they've borrowed as stars -- is the striking (and sometimes unnerving) achievement of a film that also swoops and loops through fairytale hoops. Full Review

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