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Giant Little Ones

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...

Other Titles
G.L.O., Veliki klinci, L'éveil des géants, 直直青春會轉彎
Running Time
1 hours 33 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Keith Behrman
Keith Behrman
Josh Wiggins, Maria Bello, Taylor Hickson, Darren Mann
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Two popular teen boys, best friends since childhood, discover their lives, families, and girlfriends dramatically upended after an unexpected incident occurs on the night of a 17th birthday party.

Comments about drama «Giant Little Ones» (6)

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Nathan Owens

I first saw this film when it was in the theaters and I was mesmerized by the images of the boy, the landscape and the story. I have not seen it since then and have never forgotten the beauty of the film. I have been searching for it ever since. Now, I have finally found it. The film was a classic, the cinematography was fantastic and the story was compelling. The characters were all unique and the movie was never predictable. This movie is a gem and I can't recommend it enough. This film is a true work of art.

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Anna K.

When I first watched this film, I thought that it was about a real-life tragedy and yet the film was based on a novel written by George Saunders and adapted for film by Tom Stoppard. I was so disappointed in the end and decided to skip it to see what it was really about. It turned out that it was not about a tragedy but about the insular and isolated life of an isolated few. It also dealt with AIDS and not everyone who was affected by it had AIDS, just the ones who were not sure of their status. For those who think that this is simply a film about some sick people, then they are missing the point. There are people who have AIDS who do not know what it is and yet they do not think of themselves as sick because of their disease. They are sick because they are isolated and it is true that many of the characters in the film were very isolated and did not understand the world around them. The movie is centered around those who were isolated and not because of their illness but their disease. We do not see people with HIV, we do not see people who are under treatment for the disease. We see only the patients, doctors, nurses, and families of those who were dealing with AIDS and it is clear that this was very much a film about a disease that does not lend itself to a Hollywood ending. It is not a happy ending but it is a close one, and it is very sad. I have seen so many movies about AIDS that it is hard to be able to like any of them, and then I read the book and found that it was just as interesting. The film is very sad, the ending was one of the saddest I have ever seen, but I have to admit that it is very moving. The whole film was very moving and for me the book is very emotional and I read it on the way to school one day and never saw it again. But I bought it on the Internet and I have now read it several times, and the effect of this film on me is still with me. This is my first comment on the Internet, and it is the first comment that I have ever written.

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Judy R.

It is with mixed emotions that I rate this one a 10. Yes, there were a few parts that I thought were a little too slow for this style of movie, but overall the movie was very well made and well done. Yes, I wish it had been longer but I can't complain about a little slow pacing. Yes, I wish it had been longer. I also liked the fact that the movie showed the plight of child labor. You can tell that this was not only a real thing, but the same thing that people in the area were experiencing. Finally, I also liked the fact that this movie showed a different side of the struggle for women's equality, which is often not covered in movies. If you have never heard of this movie, I highly recommend it. I give it a 9 out of 10.

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In this dark and disturbing work, director K. Wenders is at the helm as he continues his experimental style with a thrilling tale of lost and forgotten humanity. Reminiscent of the English film 'Godard's Next,' 'Giant Little Ones' is shot almost entirely in black and white, but the vibrant colors make it an intense drama which is built around the unconventional relationships between characters. Throughout the film, it is constantly on the lookout for signposts, with them highlighted in vibrant color, and much of the story is told in silhouette with the characters leaving trailblazing clues. This does indeed give rise to a certain odd, abstract quality that is difficult to capture with its colourless film. Despite this, K. Wenders does a terrific job of creating a harsh, dirty and bleak world that seems to have been run over by a bulldozer. There is a sense of both despair and some hope in the world, but it is also a world of barren, lifeless landscapes and the many corpses surrounding them. As the characters stumble upon these lifeless areas, we get a sense of a world that is dying, a world that is quickly dying from lack of life. The shot that begins and ends with the actors in the open fields where the camera is still on them is all shot in black and white. It is surreal and haunting to watch as these two individuals are given an unsettling and ominous soundtrack that plays over the shot. In these bleak scenes, it is easy to appreciate the close up shots of the actors in the field, which gives a sense of realism to the desolate world they inhabit. The fact that they are constantly in the shadow of the trees and the ground gives a sense of loneliness to the world. These three portraits of a loss of identity and a desire for humanity grow out of the background of their home. There is a certain sense of loneliness in the town, but the characters are very fortunate to have a pastor named Kaffee who treats them with respect and compassion, even though he is extremely religious. This film is not for everyone. One of the things that struck me most about this film is the cinematography. A large part of the film was shot in Japan in monochrome, but it is easy to appreciate the beauty of this dark, dark world. There are countless shots of the landscapes of Japan in black and white, with the stately buildings in the foreground and the buildings in the background, and the towns, the food, and the vehicles all standing out in this dark, dismal world. There are many different genres of films in this story. The main subject matter is human loss, and the characters of the film are actors who have been affected by their past lives. They are unable to bring out their true feelings and feelings, so there is always a sense of tension in the narrative as we watch their thoughts play out. There are many parts of this film that make it very hard to watch. There is a very poignant scene involving two children and the father's journey home, where the father goes back to the home he once inhabited. It is obvious that this scene was very difficult for the father to watch, and his emotional response to it is all the more powerful. It is also clear that the atmosphere and tone of this film is very dark and is very depressing. The characters are almost uniformly hopeless, and it is hard to imagine a happier ending for these characters. This is a very dark, brutal story with a depressing tone, but there are many beautiful scenes, and it

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Catherine B.

This is the most disturbing movie I have ever watched. I just finished watching this and I just want to say to every horror film maker out there. This is not your typical horror film, but I was really excited to watch this film. I wanted to give this movie 10 stars because of its dark nature. It is a dark film. But it is not just about the murder of the child, it is also about the neglect of the mother and the father. And also about the parents. The father was a real big disappointment in this movie. He was extremely selfish and the mother did not do anything to help her daughter. And so this is what the mother is trying to protect and nurture her daughter. The father was a good role model for his son and he was really the only reason that I was really excited to watch this movie. I loved the father and the mother. This movie is very intense. I think this movie really is the best made by a horror film maker. I think it is really bad to not make a better story and it is also really bad that this movie is the only one that I watched this movie. This is the best film I have seen in a long time. This is a true horror film. This is really disturbing and this is really unique. I want to thank Nick Marshall for his true art. I hope to see more of this art. I hope this movie will be released in cinemas in the future. This is the most disturbing movie I have ever watched.

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Betty Garrett