My Sister's Keeper

My Sister's Keeper

Sara and Brian live an idyllic life with their young son and daughter. But their family is rocked by sudden, heartbreaking news that forces them to make a difficult and unorthodox choice in order to save their baby girl's life. The parents' desperate decision raises both ethical and moral questions and rips away at the foundation of their relationship. Their actions ultimately set off a court case that threatens to tear the family apart, while revealing surprising truths that challenge everyone's perceptions of love and loyalty and give new meaning to the definition of healing.

In Los Angeles, the eleven year old Anna Fitzgerald seeks the successful lawyer Campbell Alexander trying to hire him to earn medical emancipation from her mother Sara that wants Anna to donate her kidney to her sister. She tells the lawyer the story of her family after the discovery that her older sister Kate has had leukemia; how she was conceived by in vitro fertilization to become a donor; and the medical procedures she has been submitted since she was five years old to donate to her sister. Campbell accepts to work pro bono and the obsessed Sara decides to go to court to force Anna to help her sister. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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John Eric D (fr) wrote: Finally the most convincing Filipino indie film up to date. Since I saw some Filipino indies such as OTJ and Menor de Edad. This one really satisfied me in so many ways. The plot is great. Acting wise it is brilliant. I mean every depth of each characters are well synthesized as well as the scripts. You can feel the realism and the most in-depth features of Metro Manila that will really catch everyone's attention. I would say one of the best this year and very recommendable for all Suspense / Drama enthusiast. A great 4 out of 5.

Jbells16 B (ca) wrote: The story line is so predictable and the acting is mediocre. With that being said I think Mandy Moore is a great actress considering the script she was dealt.

Paul M (ag) wrote: So damn goofy it's actually enjoyable. It's a hilarious thanksgiving themed slasher movie.

Daphne M (ru) wrote: not only was this kinda overly preachy.. it was an odd casting and not the best plotline or acting... the soundtrack was really poorly chosen too.. it gave it a very old time comedy feel that didnt seem appropriate.

Rue (es) wrote: I think that I saw part of this movie when there was like nothing on tv.

Scott R (it) wrote: Inspirational story about the end of a pitchers' career.

Claire T (it) wrote: I didn't really like this film, it starred Jane Horrocks who plays Julie from Trollied and it also starred Rik Mayall but I won't watch this film again, I don't want this movie on DVD, I didn't think it was a good movie

Mendogine M (de) wrote: Actually a movie about natives today, and not perceived sterotypes. Makes me wanna go home everytime I see it. "I still got the mornin wood" One of the best lines of all time.

Garth M (nl) wrote: If I'd taken note of it at the time I'd forgotten this was a Disney Joint. Along with School Ties three years later it proved to be a masterclass in acting for an entire classroom of 18-year-olds. Interesting to view this movie in light of more recent events in Robin Williams' life. Would Mr. Keating have chosen to end his own life? What the movie makes clear is the fact that most schooling is a plot to train students for a 9-5 assembly line. Creativity and independent thought are to be discouraged or spanked out of kids though canings and paddlings as such are looked down on today. Private schools are seen as an opportunity to meet up with and make associations with the right kind of people from the right backgrounds to become the corporate movers and shakers their parents expect them to become. Any attempt to deviate from this path is strongly discouraged. The miss-guided control parents attempt to exercise over their children's lives is shown to tragic degree in this movie. My dislike of Kurtwood Smith probably stems from watching this film. I was bussed 25 miles to a consolidated high school, no private residential school for me but this movie brings back memories. I may have had an average in the 90ies but I took great pleasure each June once I'd gotten my exam results in sitting in front of the old drum that fed smoke to our smokehouse and ritually burning an entire year's scribblers and classroom notes. Our books were provided so we had to turn them in at the end of term. Watching a DVD provides the opportunity to see deleted scenes and other supplements. Watching the young actors 12 years later and now in their 30ies talk about the experience of making the movie makes me feel better about my own memory--they can't agree on some rather basic details. What this movie drives home in spades is the fact that parents may encourage their children, empower them, give them opportunities to thrive, love them and praise them; but they should not expect to live their lives for them and certainly not fulfil their parents dreams. I fell in love with Robert Sean Leonard as an actor with this movie and have followed his career ever since. His next movie had him playing Paul Newman's rather straight-laced son in Mr. and Mrs. Bridge, an entirely different role. In Safe Passage he plays a pot smoking free spirit. Leonard is proof that one can be a great actor without becoming a movie star. You've probably seen him in many roles and not even realized who was playing--to my mind that's the mark of a great actor. In this movie he definitely a leader among men.

Private U (es) wrote: Bernadette Peters is adorable but tough in this flick, where Clint is...well, Clint. Kind of silly at times. (And I think they were aiming for humor...falls short, tho...oh well.)

Andrew R (us) wrote: Not one of Lugosi's best films, I still enjoyed this film. Lugosi is very entertaining and, although not scary, the film is entertaining and has several funny moments, intentional and (I'll wager) unintentional, such as Lugosi playing peek-a-boo with the camera at one pointI am noticing a trend in which these old horror films use misleading titles. This film doesn't really have ghosts at all.

Ash M (kr) wrote: Yes, Sean is a bit old in this one comparing to the first ones he made, but the movie is quite good.

Daryl T (au) wrote: Sweetly funny at times.

Jose C (us) wrote: I really liked this movie but what I am noticing with Miyazaki movies is that the plot isn't usually strong. The visual art style of these films are really unique but the story isn't so much. But still I really liked it.

Silvestre S (kr) wrote: The ground zero of one of the best horror/thriller movie.Childs play is a fantastic thriller horror movie that personally gave me nightmares as a little kid because its antagonist Charles Lee Ray is absolutely terrifying and loveably perverse.the movie has a very dense atmosphere created by mystery and foreshadowing that gives chucky his chance to bright as the sun in the spotlight