Fathers and Sons (2005)


 fathers_and_sons“What is it with men and talking? When you’re little you talk up a storm and then one day… It’s like someone puts a broomstick up your asses and the talking’s over.” – Nora

Number of Times Seen – 1 (7 Jul 2015)

Brief Synopsis – Three different stories about the diverse relationships between fathers and sons where each story is of a distinct family who all live on the same street.

My Take on it – I came across thus movie by sccudent and im so glad I did because I found all three storylines quite interesting due to their complex and moving tales of the father/son dynamics.

The message that we always remain in those roles towards each other and there will always be a connection between the two really resonated with me.

This movie has an unbelievable cast for a made for tv movie and they all do such a great job.

Was nice to see Bradley Whitford, John Mahoney, Kathy Baker, Ron Eldard, Samantha Mathis and Joseph Bologna in prominant roles and their presence made this even mote enjoyable to watch.

Bottom Line – Very interesting and moving tales about how complex father/son relationship can become over the years but there is always some semblance of love no matter what. Excellent cast of actors helps make this movie even better to watch.  Recommended!

MovieRob’s Favorite Trivia – Steven Petrarca and Ron Eldard previously appeared in When Trumpets Fade (1998) (From IMDB)

Rating – Globe Worthy

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