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Tom & Thomas [Import]

Aaron Taylor-Johnson , Sean Bean , Esmé Lammers    PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)   DVD

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Tom is on the run, chased by child smugglers when he runs into Thomas. To their discovery they look exactly the same and learn they are long lost brothers. When the smugglers catch up to the brothers they mistakenly grab hold of Thomas and attempt to get him out of the country. It is now up to Tom to save his brother and bring his family together again.

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Amazon.com: 4.6 out of 5 stars  9 reviews
18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A lovely family film April 14 2009
By Mahri Linn - Published on Amazon.com
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I've been waiting for MONTHS for the release of this DVD; originally scheduled for April 7th, it has been "discontinued by the manufacturer" before the release date. I cannot believe it!! This is a wonderful film - identical twin boys, neither aware of the other, meeting and switching identities only to have the inevitable happen. It's an update on the old story, but a very well done update. Sean Bean plays the father of one of the boys, in a rare good-guy role that he does well. The twin boys are charming, impish, and loyal to each other. Why, oh, why is this film not promoted for family viewing and why oh, why is it not available!
4.0 out of 5 stars Fine British Family Film For Mature Children and Their Parents Sept. 10 2014
By Paul A. Klinger - Published on Amazon.com
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A nice family film for children over 9. It deals with child stealing and trafficking in a non-graphic or threatening way, which makes it more
suitable for older children, and it is real enough to keep parents or adults interested. Fine performance by the lead boy playing 2 parts
well defined so it is not confusing. It is overall fun and exciting, with excellent effects, and some genuine emotional moments.
4.0 out of 5 stars Very good message Jan. 25 2014
By Jean-Sebastien Latouche - Published on Amazon.com
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I really enjoy this movie, which arrived before the estimated date. The only warning I would give parents, is to be aware that it touches the subject of children being sold. I found that the subject was presented tastefully, but depending on the children's age, you might want to prepare them a little bit. It was presented in my niece's second grade class after someone had attempted to kidnap a child by the side of the road. The school thought it appropriate to warn the kids of stranger danger but I feel that they failed to explain the message since my niece, who loved the movie, did not understand it completely.
5.0 out of 5 stars Sean Bean ( Need I say more?) April 17 2013
By Zep4 - Published on Amazon.com
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If you love the softer side of Sean Bean, you'll love this movie, and the boy is an endearing child.
5.0 out of 5 stars A surprising gem Oct. 12 2012
By pipnuts - Published on Amazon.com
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Think Kids Movie, and you'd be wrong. This is a poignant and thought provoking challenge to an adult's (Sean Bean) commonly held misconceptions about childhood. This British/Dutch co-production handles the story of ten-year-old adoptee Thomas (Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Aaron Johnson) and his "imaginary friend" with stark honesty. A dramatic family movie, but not for the youngest children, there is some child endangerment.

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