Michael Caine, Robert Duvall, Haley Joel Osment, Josh Lucas
Tim McCanlies (Director), Tim McCanlies (Writer)
Release: Sep. 19th, 2003
Runtime: 1 hour, 51 minutes
"Secondhand Lions" follows the comedic adventures of an introverted boy left on the doorstep of a pair of reluctant, eccentric great-uncles, whose exotic remembrances stir the boy's spirit and re-ignite the men's lives.
When Four Lions came out it goes without saying that it stirred up a lot of controversy, there was little known of the film and I think a lot of people drew conclusions of the film before seeing it.
The caustic tragi-comic social-commentator returns, after several years in a wilderness of relative blandness (having been hounded somewhat ever since his parody of the media's approach to paedophilia...
movie like on VHS remember Orion Pictures logo at the beginning of the story where people conservationists oppose poachers decimate marine cats. But the film dramatized the bad, very interesting, lots...
Should there be a movie made for an older audience with the material coming from the 90's live action kid's show?
I enjoyed it as a kid from the 90's, but should a gritty 'adult' movie be made?
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Secondhand Lions is most likely (at least for me anyways) known as the film that the kid from The Sixth Sense did when he was older.