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(4478) 7.2 93 min 2018

Giant Little Ones is a movie starring Josh Wiggins, Darren Mann, and Taylor Hickson. Two popular teen boys, best friends since childhood, discover their lives, families, and girlfriends dramatically upended after an unexpected...

Josh Wiggins, Taylor Hickson, Darren Mann, Maria Bello
Keith Behrman

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Keith Behrman
Writer Keith Behrman
Stars Josh Wiggins, Taylor Hickson, Darren Mann, Maria Bello
Country Canada
Also Known As Veliki klinci, 直直青春會轉彎, L'éveil des géants, G.L.O.
Runtime 1H 33M
Description Franky Winter has long been best friends with his high school classmate, Ballas Kohl, much like their parents, Carly and Ray Winter and Angie and Nic Kohl, have been friends, although Ray is now the odd person out since the recent divorce when he realized he was in love with a man, his current partner, Brendan. Franky and Ballas are among the popular group of students, and are on the school swim team together, Ballas the team captain. While Ballas has just started a sexual relationship with Jessica, Franky in turn could have his choice of any girl - at least according to the scuttlebutt provided to him by his friend Mouse, a boy trapped in a girl's body, from what she overhears in the girls' washroom - but has chosen to date Cil, they planning to have their first sexual encounter the night of his seventeenth birthday party. Franky's first was almost Ballas' younger sister, Tash, who has just returned to school following "the incident" for which she is now labeled a slut and she sneaking alcohol to cope. When Franky and Cil's planned post-party sexual encounter falls through at the last minute, Franky and Ballas end up having a drunken bros' night out after the party, which leads to the start of a sexual encounter between the two of them. Word of this encounter begins to circulate among their classmates, Franky who is painted as the gay one and is shunned by his so-called friends, including Cil and Ballas, because of it. In the process, Franky not only has to address his own sexual feelings in their entirety, but also the homophobia he displays against his father, with who Franky chooses not to have much of a relationship.

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Saturday, 05 Sep 2020 05:12

I am a big fan of Paul Haggis, and this is his first big screen film. I did enjoy the first film, and was excited to see what he was going to do with the next one. The film opens with a small boy being attacked and left for dead. The police investigate, but the boy's mother (Betsy Brandt) has disappeared. Years later, she's been reunited with her son, now a grown man. The boy is now grown up and lives in a small town, where he takes a job at a post office. He meets a group of teenage boys who are secretly in love with the girl. What the boy doesn't know is that this is the same group of teenage boys who were responsible for the murder of the boy's mother. He tries to find out who the murderers are, but is gradually forced to question his own beliefs. The acting is superb from all the cast. It is easy to forget that the film is a Haggis production. The boy is played by Justin Kirk, who was the most notable of the supporting cast. He really shows the strength of his character and is one of the most memorable characters in the film. This film also had a great supporting cast, including Arielle Kebbel, James Marsden, and Luke Goss. The only character that really stood out was Patrick Wilson's character, who is played by the always great Alec Baldwin. Baldwin's character was a really strange one. The thing I liked the most about the film is that it has a good message about how the youth in society can do things that we are not supposed to. I really liked the message that the film is trying to convey, and was happy with how the message was delivered. Overall, this film is an enjoyable experience, but it is also very difficult to relate to. I would not recommend it for children under the age of 13, and would recommend it for adults only. It is a film that requires a certain amount of thought, and it is not for the faint of heart.

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