Two Brothers

Two Brothers
Two Brothers
  • PG
  • 1h 44m
  • 2004
Certified Fresh78%
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Two mischievous twin tiger cubs live a carefree life in an exotic jungle amidst beautiful ancient ruins. But one day, an act of fate forces them apart, as one is sold off to the circus and the other becomes the pampered pet of a governor's son. Witness their remarkable journey as these tigers grow up, reunite, and embark on an incredible adventure to find their way home. From Jean-Jacques Annaud, the highly acclaimed director of The Bear, comes a heartwarming story about the power of friendship and the bond between brothers. Guy Pearce (Memento, L.A. Confidential) stars as a treasure hunter whose own spirit is unexpectedly tamed by the tigers in this timeless tale for the whole family!

Rotten Tomatoes® Score

Certified Fresh78%
Critics Consensus: A charming family-friendly movie with stunning cinematography.
Stephanie Zacharek

Noteworthy because it represents a kind of fevered moviemaking insanity that we rarely see these d...

January 29, 2019
Globe and Mail
Alan Niester

The kind of movie that kids used to flock to on Saturday afternoons in the forties and fifties.

June 20, 2017
Ebert & Roeper
Richard Roeper

... one of the most amazing animal adventure fables ever captured on film.

January 29, 2019
Washington Post
Desson Thomson

I would have gladly volunteered to lead all the tigers participating in this movie directly into t...

June 20, 2017
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Common Sense Media

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Common Sense Says
Stunningly beautiful, but too intense for little kids.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that this movie has some very sad Bambi-style moments and some violence, mostly off-screen. The tiger cubs' father is killed and their mother is shot and wounded. Sangha mauls a dog (we only hear about it and it's made clear that the dog wasn't killed) and Kunal is beaten (off camera). There are tense confrontations and unhappy relationships. Some kids may find it uncomfortable when a mother is attracted to someone other than her husband and believes he is flirting with her, when a child loses his pet, or when characters speak harshly to each other. A strength of the movie is the positive portrayal of an inter-racial and inter-cultural romance.

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Family, Drama
  • Release Date:June 25, 2004
  • Languages:English
  • Captions:English
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