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The Best Movies About Brothers
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A great movie about a sibling will either be inspirational about the natural bond between them, or could be one of sibling rivalry. What are the best movies about brothers? The movies featured on this list range in styles and genres — some are based on a true story while others are completely fictional. Some are hilarious comedies, others are dramatic thrillers. No matter what you're in the mood for, there's a great film to watch about brothers. Cuddle up with your brother for a fun movie night, vote for your favorite brother movie below or add one you love that isn't already on the list.
It is about two tiger brothers, Kumal and Sangha, who are separated as cubs and then reunited a year later. Set in Cambodia during the s during French colonial rule , two Indochinese tigers , male and female, meet and mate. Months later, the tiger couple have given birth to two tiger cubs, Kumal and Sangha, who one day get separated after the ancient temple, where they live, is disturbed by Aidan McRory Guy Pearce , who intends to steal and sell the ancient statues at an auction in London. While Kumal and he are playing, Sangha comes upon a young civet. Sangha chases the civet into its burrow and the mother civet appears and chases Sangha up a tree. Kumal appears and chases the mother civet back into her burrow. Eventually, humans come across them in their temple home and the tigress arrives to protect the cubs.
The brothers in "Two Brothers" are tiger cubs when we meet them, prowling the ruins of temples in the jungles of French Indochina, circa With their mother and father, Kumal and Sangha live an idyllic life, romping and wrestling and living on air, apparently, since no prey ever seems to be killed. The movie never really fesses up that tigers kill for their dinner; that would undercut its sentimentality. The result is a reassuring fairy tale that will fascinate children and has moments of natural beauty for their parents, but makes the tigers approximately as realistic as the animals in " The Lion King. The movie is astonishing in its photography of the two tigers, played by an assortment of trained beasts, augmented by CGI. It is less wondrous in its human story, involving such walking stereotypes as the great British hunter, the excitable French administrator, the misunderstood Indochinese prince, and the little French boy who makes friends with Sangha and sleeps with him at an age with Sangha is plenty old enough for his own bed, preferably behind bars.