Like a Brother

Like a Brother

Sebastien is a small town boy who moves to Paris and begins to explore the gay night life there. When a friend from back home calls to announce he's coming to Paris, Sebastien confronts some unrequited feelings

Sebastien is a small town boy who moves to Paris and begins to explore the gay night life there. When a friend from back home calls to announce he's coming to Paris, Sebastien confronts some unrequited feelings. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Stig H (de) wrote: Good film, and remember, never go on a trip without saying where you're goin.

Nicole P (gb) wrote: Stumbled upon it on TV. Thought it was a cheap mystery TV show at first and was surprised to discover it was a movie. Overly perdictable and not very convincing actors. Definately not impressive at all

Eldin B (fr) wrote: "There is a man inside this vessel, who is something far worse... than anyone here has ever encountered. Should you survive this day, it is one you will remember for the rest of your lives."

Sarah C (br) wrote: This is a bad movie, plain and simple. It's slow, boring, and pointless. It is not romantic, and the only part I enjoyed was Idina Menzel's performance as Vera Rivkin. Even if I were not a raging Idina fan, I would say the same thing. She dominated the screen when she came on, but with the other actors looking as if they don't care, that is not hard to do.

Mahdi M (de) wrote: the first part wasnt really great ... 2nd part was very touching. amazing and very touching songs. really sad ending

Kevin D (au) wrote: A fairly routine actioner. Devotees of the great Don Coscarelli will find it uninspired when viewed alongside the Phantasm movies, Bubba Ho-Tep, and even Kenny & Company. The plot is as follows: Two competing wilderness survival tours are flown out into the remote Rockies. One is led by Lance Henriksen, who is a lovey-dovey hippie who preaches the value of positivity and cooperation. The other group is a band of Young Republican nazis led by Rolston. Sooner or later, the nazis start to tear things up and get rowdy, and it's up to Henriksen and his ragtag team to stand up and lay the smack down on these bastards. The whole thing is kind of like a camp movie: Henriksen and company are your endearing slobs, and Rolston's commandos are your evil preppie snobs. A better cast than such a movie deserves elevates the proceedings.

Maico (fr) wrote: I remember seeing this years ago when I was very young. I don't remember much about it but i'd say it must of been pretty bad.

Brendan O (ca) wrote: Interesting if overlong noir with Stewart characteristically in command. Pity we didn't see more of the excellent Lee J Cobb as editor Kelly who's relationship with Stewart's character, McNeal, could have been the influence for the similar tension between Jason Robards portrayal of Washington Post editor Ben Bradley and Woodward and Bernstein in All The Presidents Men.

Greg W (nl) wrote: some say this is george cukor's worst film but i didnt think it was that bad

Derrick M (br) wrote: Gotta love a bit of Clint!

Noah H (au) wrote: At least there is no hangover in this one. However, the entire plot is collateral damage from the last two films in the franchise. Even John Goodman can't help this film.

Ashley U (mx) wrote: It was just OK. Changed a lot of weird things from the book. I like romance but just overall felt bland especially compared to the book.

Mark M (br) wrote: Lovely romance taking place in the real world. Beautifully acted with some unexpected twists. Set on a rural campus. May require the watcher to be more intelligent and more sensitive than the average viewer.