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(4117) 7.2 93 min 2018

Giant Little Ones is a movie starring Josh Wiggins, Darren Mann, and Taylor Hickson. Two popular teen boys, best friends since childhood, discover their lives, families, and girlfriends dramatically upended after an unexpected...

Taylor Hickson, Darren Mann, Josh Wiggins, Maria Bello
Keith Behrman

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Keith Behrman
Writer Keith Behrman
Stars Taylor Hickson, Darren Mann, Josh Wiggins, Maria Bello
Country Canada
Also Known As G.L.O., L'éveil des géants, Veliki klinci
Runtime 1H 33M
Description Two popular teen boys, best friends since childhood, discover their lives, families, and girlfriends dramatically upended after an unexpected incident occurs on the night of a 17th birthday party.

Top reviews

Sunday, 31 May 2020 20:45

A little film made in the same way that the next films from Fassbinder will be coming out, The Long Goodbye, and I Am Legend. It's a film about a broken man, a man who, after the accident that takes his leg, just lost his passion for life and the art of life. He was too long lost, and he doesn't know where he belongs anymore. The film tells the story of the love of two men, Paul Morrissey and Freddie Jones. Paul has left the Southside of Chicago, where he works, for the farm, and Freddie is in jail, for a crime he didn't commit. He's having problems with both his wife and son, because he never wanted a son, and feels he should be in the youth and music world. When Freddie takes Paul on a trip to Mexico, they must meet a man who has his own problems. And they must solve those problems. In a way, the two meet a chance for a life together, that was more important to Paul. And this film also shows us, that the most important part of life is the reason you live. And that if you just give up, there will be no better way to live, than with the desire to do something for someone else, than by living life. I think this film shows, how important it is to live life. How important it is to live life in the perfect way, and not just through anger, or hatred, or any other ways, when the life you live is something you should regret, that the living doesn't matter. I think this film is one of the best made, and is also one of the most important films made. I think this film is also one of the best films made of the new, and a film that has an important message. And this film can be watched by anybody, and everyone, who loves a good story. And for a good story, you need to know two things: 1. What matters is the meaning of life, 2. For every man who doesn't know what matters, we are all lost.
Friday, 29 May 2020 05:59

A follow-up to 2012's 2014 Oscar winner, "Be Here Now", "Giant Little Ones" is another film from Werner Herzog's World Cinema of Tomorrow (WCOT) group. The film is a story of friendship, survival and the overwhelming effects of grief. But this film also has a strong sense of humanism. It is also a powerful indictment of racism, as one of the main characters is black. The film itself is about music, and the fact that it is the only thing that will bring peace. David Bowie is the main character. David is living in France with his long-time girlfriend (Kaya Scodelario) and in their apartment, where he sings all kinds of songs. When they get separated, he goes on a hiking trip through the country with some friends. He meets an old classmate of his, who introduces him to some of his old music. In addition, he also meets a local woman (played by the incredibly beautiful and talented Helena Bonham Carter) who has a mysterious past. David realizes that these two people are a form of therapy for him, and that they have saved his life. David takes this friendship as the proof that the friendship is really true, and that this is a very powerful and strange friendship. The film is very powerful and a very sad movie. This movie has a very powerful message about loss, about friendship and about racism. The film does not try to be a comedy, and it does not have a single laugh. If you like Werner Herzog's work, and if you like him as a director, you will love this movie. I personally loved this movie a lot.
Friday, 29 May 2020 00:03

This is a pretty good film about a mentally challenged boy who lives with his twin brother in a "superstitious" area of Los Angeles. The film's director, Steve Kudlow, draws a lot of its humor from the fact that both the filmmakers are very well-educated, with a background in photography, lighting and cinematography, and they actually come from a long line of photographers. The film's core idea is that life is meant to be a constant struggle between good and evil, and that that struggle is inherent in the nature of reality itself. As well as this, this film also gives a fairly sympathetic view on the idea that the man who represents the good side of our world is sometimes complicit in our own suffering, in order to further the cause of good. In other words, if the forces of good were to win, they might actually be able to help us all. (In the process, they might also cause an evolutionary pressure to eradicate the good.) The central idea of the film is that we cannot really understand our own lives except through the lens of the other people who are always around us, the other "insects" who are always with us, in our lives and in the rest of the universe. There is no way that we could ever know if we did or did not actually possess the good and evil sides of ourselves without these other people around us. It is therefore entirely possible that the good side of our nature may actually be quite unpleasant, unpleasant enough that we may become the kind of people that are forced to struggle against the forces of the bad side. This film is not really in the same league as the others in the genre, but it is pretty good. Although I must admit that the performances were occasionally a bit under-the-belt, the film itself did provide some nice insights into what can and sometimes does go on behind closed doors in modern society.
Thursday, 23 Apr 2020 10:13

Unlike many of the reviews, I enjoyed this film for its straightforward approach to the whole thing. I have always loved all the weirdness that passes for art in the world of fiction, from grotesque, to surreal, and even ultra-realistic. None of that here, which was so lacking in the visual flourishes of the first 20 minutes. It reminded me of films like "The Usual Suspects" or "Manhattan", where the only point to making the film was to make it look cool. This is certainly cool, and I guess that's what I want from most films. What was so unnerving to me about the film, was the idea of mental illness as a problem of parents and society. The film does not go out of its way to show the parents, but the fact of the matter is that the parents are not bad people. They're just selfish. Or maybe that's just my own personal theory. So what? The children themselves aren't bad people either, but they don't get their just desserts. It's all based on a psychological diagnosis, which is very uncommon in movies. If you are troubled, we all are, no matter who we are or what we do. And how is that in any way an excuse for the mistreatment of children? To me, this was the most well done of the three "Ghost World" films I've seen. The best character study of the three, and by far the most interesting. The final sequence in the movie is heartbreaking, and it gives me the chills to think about. I've always felt the need to blame this movie for all the problems in the world, and now, I just feel like I've found one person I can be proud of.
Monday, 30 Mar 2020 10:57

The notion of this film is that it contains all of the elements that we can expect to find in a drama about human behavior - it has the sensuality of the soap opera, the love triangle, the grandeur of the big city, and the misanthropic mentality of the people who make up the majority of the town. What it doesn't have is very clever writing, a sure-fire formula for a film that is more likely to be right than good. At the same time, the film contains all of the elements that make for good TV drama - the stunning performances, the tension, the innocent outcasts, the overt despair and joy. The fact that it's on the same level as The Sopranos or The Shield doesn't make it any more or less important than any other drama. If anything, you could say that it has its fair share of flaws. The fact that the script is based on a novel by T.S. Elliot gives it an air of credibility. The acting by the main players is superb. However, the script leaves things too open ended for one to completely evaluate. The characters keep changing and never really show any discernible change in their behavior. This may be partially due to the actors' lack of experience, or it may be due to the way the story is told. Either way, the result is disappointing. We are never told why exactly the people are doing what they are doing. The main characters are never really given much to work with. The script and direction itself are a challenge to follow and, because of the extremely demanding nature of the material, you can't judge this film on the strength of the performances alone. The major flaw of this film is its unclear ending. It feels as if the film would have been better off without one. You're left wondering if the main character will survive, and how or why he's left behind. The film does give you a chance to ask these questions, but it is too late, and you don't have the chance to really ponder on them before the film is over. The film is still very good, but you're left wondering whether or not the main character is ever going to make it out alive. The ending is disappointing, but not in a bad way, so that it's still not a bad film. If you liked The Big Chill, you'll probably enjoy this film. However, if you're really looking for a movie to support your romance, or to have some trouble sleeping, I'd look elsewhere.

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