Top Movie Critics Give ‘Brothers’ Movie Pretty Good Reviews
Top movie critics give ‘Brothers’ movie pretty good reviews. Lionsgate’s new intense, drama film, “Brothers” hit theaters today,and most of the top movie critics found it to be at least, pretty good. It got mostly As,one B,and a couple of Cs. The movie stars: Tobey Maguire, Jake Gyllenhaal, Natalie Portman, Bailee Madison, Taylor Geare, Patrick Flueger, Sam Shepard, Mare Winningham, Clifton Collins Jr., and Josh Berry.
Wesley Morris of the Boston Globe gave it a C. He said, “This is a corny tale, told with both generous helpings of deli-sliced cheese and a brief stretch of chilling tumultuousness.”
Roger Ebert from the Chicago Sun-Times gave it an A- rating. He stated, “This becomes Tobey Maguire’s film to dominate, and I’ve never seen these dark depths in him before.”
Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune also gave it an A-. He said, “an honorable and beautifully acted addition to the tradition of homefront war stories.”
Owen Gleiberman over at Entertainment Weekly gave it a C+. He said, “lumbering and heavy-handed.”
Norm Schrager from Filmcritic.com graded it an A-. He stated, “Portman, a skilled performer since her preteen years, succeeds in what may be the toughest assignment of all.”
Kirk Honeycutt from the Hollywood Reporter gave it a B,stating, “A remake of a Danish film has much to admire but never comes together with the impact of the original.”
A.O. Scott of the New York Times gave it a C+ rating. He said, “in some ways less a movie about war than a movie that uses war as a scaffolding for domestic melodrama.”
Reelviews’ James Berardinelli gave it an A-. He stated, “This is a powerful, disturbing film.”
Get your “Brothers” movie tickets at Fandango by Clicking Here.