Each week FILMCLUB will be bringing you reviews of the latest and classic DVD releases that feature on the charity’s 4,000 strong catalogue.
And so you know exactly whether you’ll like it or not, the reviews come from kids just like you!
Below you can read the review of Two Brothers by FILMCLUB member Yann Atzmon aged 11 from AnsonPrimary School in London.
The first time I saw this film, I found it boring and unenjoyable. What made me think that, I do not know because when I saw it again, I was amazed. I loved this film.
It is the simple story of the separation of two tigers (the brothers of the title), Kumal and Sangha during the early 20th century.
One is taken care of by a hunter while the other becomes the pet of a young boy. Both however, end up forced to be enemies.
Treating the animals as human and some of the characters as the opposite is just one of the many things I enjoyed throughout.
Along with some other movies I have seen (e.g. The Secret Of Kells), this is the proof I have that the Europeans are leading in the family genre.
Rating: 5 out of 5
Two Brothers (2004, U) is out now on DVD
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