The Corsican Brothers
The bloody hostility of two noble families on Corsica shapes the destiny of twins born conjoined. Surgically separated as newborns, the brothers are raised apart, unaware of one another's existence. Upon reaching adulthood they meet, and join forces to avenge their parents' murders.
- Stars:Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Ruth Warrick, Akim Tamiroff, J. Carrol Naish, H.B. Warner, John Emery, Henry Wilcoxon, Gloria Holden, Walter Kingsford, Nana Bryant, Pedro de Cordoba, Veda Ann Borg, William Farnum, Sarah Padden, Manart Kippen,
- Director:Gregory Ratoff, Gregory Ratoff,
The movie revolves around emotionally linked 19th-century twins, separated at birth and raised in completely different circumstances. One twin is raised to be evil, the other to be good. In adulthood, the brothers become bitter enemies. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(mx) wrote: I'm a huge fan of the Office and feel like we left Brent in a good place at the end of the Christmas special. Now we find that Brent never really changes in an unnecessary movie with a few occasional laughs.
(es) wrote: awesome actioner best I've seen in 2017-so far but it is only March
(kr) wrote: Well there goes a 1.5 hours that I'll never get back! What a complete waste of time and money!
(de) wrote: What a strange one. I don't like it, but it's interesting. The characters are all flawed, but their behaviours are somehow quite real. The story is not good, it doesn't flow very well.
(br) wrote: Good movie other than the acting
(kr) wrote: Found this to be surprisingly entertaining. Definitely more than meets the eye. Alec Baldwin is very funny as the father. Recommended.
(au) wrote: Boy both Cliff and Liz and great in this movie. One should never move on the what one thinks is better and hurting others.
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