The Three Brothers
Three half-brothers are reunited at their mother's funeral. After being told of their inheritance they quickly spend the money, only to find out that they will not receive it after all. The men grow closer while deciding how to proceed.
- Stars:Didier Bourdon, Bernard Campan, Pascal Légitimus, Antoine du Merle, Anne Jacquemin, Marine Jolivet, Annick Alane, Pierre Meyrand, Isabelle Gruault, Bernard Farcy, Elie Semoun, Henry Courseaux, Jean-François Pastout, Bruno Lochet, Yolande Moreau,
- Director:Didier Bourdon, Bernard Campan,
- Writer:Didier Bourdon, Bernard Campan, Michel Lengliney
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The Three Brothers torrent reviews
(es) wrote: The friend behind the Beatles, good memories
(de) wrote: I got bored after a while but still watched the whole thing. ---- EDITED: I watched this a second time for some reason I didn't remember watching it all before. The second time I liked it. I must have been in a different mood set.
(mx) wrote: I didn't find it to be particularly good or bad. I wouldn't say it was enjoyable, necessarily, but it was honest.
(mx) wrote: Despite Hilary Duff being in it, it like most Polish Brothers movies are very well written. It tries to be a homage to the old John Hughes movie but it sort of fails (but tries it's best) but what it does do well is bring a pretty good culture shock of how school was for people like me (who graduated 10 years ago) and how it is now, metal detectors and all not mention how it is when you visit your old stomping grounds after a long while. Sean Astin.....his character is beyond stupid.
(au) wrote: I liked it! Heck I directed it!
(mx) wrote: You wouldn't be alone in thinking that a documentary from 1968 on the lives of a group of door-to-door Bible salesmen would rank right up there with "root canal after divorce" in terms of entertainment, but this one may surprise you. By no means is it the Maysles brothers best work and by no means is it even that definitive of a documentary (truthfully, it would be impossible to chronicle the Mid-American Bible Company and its employees with this small of a production team but we're given a small group of salesmen to follow and most of them sort of exist off of the frame as we focus our attention on one persona), but it will definitely hold your attention as it goes. Turns out monthly plans for a $49.99 Bible are pretty tough to come by in 1960s America and we watch our team of salesmen repeatedly go through the motions, sometimes successfully, most of the times not so much. The majority of the attention is focused on Paul and get the Prozac ready because Paul is equal parts depressing and slimy. Of course, most everyone in this is but since we're focused on Paul, we'll give him the majority of the negative imagery (along with the fact that he gets the majority of the negative energy in this, what with his humming of "If I Were a Rich Man" and slowly watching his colleagues -and pretty much the world- move on without him). Tactics and tricks are explored which is good but this is mostly a character study of a select profession and how it leads people to constantly chase their numbers, never knowing who is on the other side of that door (yeah, our team gets the names of "interested parties" from local church boxes but a good percentage of these customers want no part of this). Fascinating stuff but it may make you want to pound a scotch and a cigarette afterwards to get the taste of the film out of your mouth.
(kr) wrote: One of my all time favorite creature features!
(fr) wrote: Probably Peter Sellers best movie!
(fr) wrote: A well executed drama, as well as tying in little bits of humor, "On Golden Pond" succeeds, mostly on its great performances by its leads.
(nl) wrote: Surprisingly reasonable.