Brother to Brother

Brother to Brother

A drama that looks back on the Harlem Renaissance from the perspective of an elderly, black writer who meets a gay teenager in a New York homeless shelter.

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Dan C (jp) wrote: Pelotero es muy buena. Me gusta la pelicula porque es formidable. Miguel Angel es alto y negro y muy atletico. Jean Carlos Batista es negro y muy bueno tambien. Son peloteros de Republica Dominicana.

Steve B (jp) wrote: We loved it. Consequently, we have shared/ showed it with many friends.

Charlie M (jp) wrote: Dragon fights forces of evil with a young boy in this entertaining fantasy that is sure to be enjoyed by all ages. It's definitely a surprise movie worth watching.

James J (ca) wrote: Surprisingly good for an oldie, especially a straight to dvd release. While the monstrous behavior of the freak gives us the thrills, I can't help but think the true horror of this movie was barely acknowledged in how the freak came to be.

Ian E (jp) wrote: If you find intrigue in this film's emotional power and sentimentality that are lovely crafted thanks to its performances, you will forgive its contrived and unoriginal plot devices.

Brett H (it) wrote: The Abandoned is an atmospheric horror film that gets under your skin early with intrigue, however there really is no pay-off for what's going on and more importantly, little of it makes any sense by the ending. Having seen the director's controversial previous short film, Aftermath, I expected to see some pretty wild stuff, but apart from a few jump-scare moments, there really isn't much to see here. The story is incredibly flimsy; a woman goes to Russia upon learning she has an inheritance and the rest of the film is literally her being stuck in this haunted location trying to figure out why she's seeing doppelganger ghosts of herself and the brother she didn't know she had. The ghosts offer a neat spin because they act as stigmata where however they try to harm them, they are actually harming themselves too, which provides some much-needed tension for how to overcome their adversaries. The house itself constantly flips between past and present to slowly reveal the mystery of what happened to them as children, but again, none of it really amounts to much and I became disinterested quick. The ending is pretty grim and there's a pretty disgusting scene involving some pigs, but apart from that, there is nothing to recommend here and this honestly should've went straight-to-dvd. The poster is also complete nonsense: nothing in this movie has anything to do with a doll.

Slappy M (kr) wrote: Some dated styles that don't translate, but overall a pretty tense noir.

Christian C (it) wrote: I've seen this film before, when it was titled something else just as unmemorable. Gibson played the same character in that movie too. Why waste the time on this one?

Cade B (au) wrote: this was a interesting film to see

Keegan W (kr) wrote: Very comedic and actually makes you laugh. Despite, ya know, ZOMBIES, the scenarios and decisions played out are actually quite realistic. However, no matter how hard it tried, Shaun of the Dead could not completely cover up a tackiness that affected it's overall feeling of a "different" zombie movie.