My Brother the Devil

My Brother the Devil

Fourteen-year-old Mo is a lonely, sensitive boy whose hunger for the rant and banter of buddies makes him prone to tread dangerous territories. He idolizes his handsome older brother, Rashid, a charismatic, well-respected member of a local gang, whose drug dealing enables “Rash” to provide for his family. Aching to be seen as a tough guy himself, Mo takes a job that unlocks a fateful turn of events and forces the brothers to confront their inner demons. It turns out that hate is easy. It is love and understanding that take real courage.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:111 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   scar,   band,  

Two teenage brothers must face their own prejudices head on if they are to survive the perils of being British Arabs growing up on the streets of gangland London. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Abraham S (gb) wrote: A warm, beautifully shot film that made me fall into a sort of love with Trine Dyrholm. I have always admired Pierce Brosnan and here he gives a spectacularly pitch perfect performance. As a hopeless romantic, I have a soft spot for love stories in all their mysterious and varied forms. Love Is All You Need has been added to the top of my sharing queue.

Jason R (kr) wrote: A great indie horror film, from the guys who have most recently brought us Faces of Schlock. Zane Crosby is a great untapped comedic talent and director Justin Channell is a very promising young filmmaker who may be the next big thing to come onto the horror scene, and if Die and Let Live is any indication, then he will be.

Chris B (au) wrote: Another good addition to the Harry Potter franchise. Once again a bit long but that is just nitpicking. This film has the best cinematography so far through the franchise. I loved the romance in this film between Ron and Hermione. Harry Potter is growing in power and maturity and can't wait to see where his story goes. It was also nice to finally see Dumbledore really show how powerful he is.

James R (es) wrote: Here's another of my favorite type of film: the kind where unrelated and disparate characters are linked together by circumstance to create interesting connections. Even Money also has something in common with Crash, in that each film looks at how a destructive force can lead to these kinds of unexpected connections. In Crash, that force is racism; in Even Money, it's gambling addiction. That is not to say that Even Money is in the same league as Crash; frankly, it isn't. But it does aspire to similar heights as far as impact, and especially as far as casting. Most of these types of films have impressive casts, but Even Money might have one of the most impressive. The redoubtable Forest Whitaker returns (this is his fourth or fifth film of this type) and proves his usual excellent self. Kim Basinger, Danny De Vito and Tim Roth bring very strong performances as well. Kelsey Grammer, Jay Mohr, Ray Liotta and Nick Cannon round out the cast; all of them are more than adequate. It's hard to say where Even Money falls short of its counterparts. I think films like Crash and Love, Actually surpass it because their respective themes (racism and love) are more universal than the theme of gambling, plus they both contain more moments of cheerfulness and/or hope than Even Money does. Similarly, Vantage Point and Rendition have a much higher thrill and excitement factor than Even Money does. Despite its fairly high-powered cast, Even Money belongs largely in the same category as The Air I Breathe, Fragments and Powder Blue, where the characters and their motivations are the films' driving forces. As you may know if you've read my reviews of those last three films, making that category of film work well is by no means a guarantee. Some of them manage it masterfully and others fall flat. Even Money falls somewhere in between. It has several very moving moments, and a couple of nail-biters as well. It also has at least two characters that audiences can to relate to very easily, which made it more watchable than it would have been otherwise. But Even Money is a depressing movie. Yes, it is about character connection, but it is also about lives being ruined, and that's never fun to focus on for too long. To be honest, if the film had been any longer, slower, or less hopeful, it would probably have been as bad as Fragments turned out to be. Fortunately, it was none of those things, and it did end much more hopefully than I expected it to. So while I would recommend several of the interesting-connection films over this one, if you like that type of movie as much as I do, Even Money is worth a viewing.

Danielle K (fr) wrote: So basically, this is a movie about a man who is out for revenge on the people who touched his hat.

Katie F (gb) wrote: Just live your life without ever seeing this film. Honestly, you're not missing much.

Sophie B (de) wrote: i love this film only seen it 3 times n so wna c it again cos adam baldwin is ded bad in this 1 wich i really like lol n im gutted it aint on dvd or vid

Nadeem M (gb) wrote: May have been funny in the 80s but hasn't stood the test of time. Didn't produce many laughs; a lot of it is pretty cheesy.

Ava G (nl) wrote: It's everything you want out of a dance film!

Private U (au) wrote: I love Constance Bennett, and this is definitely one of her best films. Billie Burke is hilarious as the ditzy mother, and Bonita Granville was well-cast as the sassy younger daughter. This is the only film I like Brian Aherne in. Altogether a cute, witty film that I adore!