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THE MIGHTY

 
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At Theaters: 10/9/1998 On Video: 6/29/1999
Rated: PG Length: 1 hr. 35 min.
Internet: Web Site Movie ID: 109815
Studio: Miramax Pictures Inc.
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Young Kevin Dillon and his mother move next door to Maxwell Kane and his grandparents. Thirteen-year-old Max is a giant boy in size 14 shoes who's slow in school, short on courage, and long on not fitting in. But then he meets Kevin, a tiny Einstein in leg braces with more smarts, lip and nerve than any kid in town.

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Comedy Adventure - The Mighty is a somewhat serious family film about the friendship between two young boys. Older viewers may appreciate the emotion and fine acting, while younger viewers will probably identify with the underdog lead characters. The pace is somewhat slow, which may make it less enjoyable for teen viewers. Some mature content involving an abusive parent may be too intense for very young viewers, but The Mighty is otherwise appropriate and potentially enjoyable for a wide range of viewers.
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Sharon Stone (Basic Instinct)
Gena Rowlands (Hope Floats)
Harry Dean Stanton (Fire Down Below)
Gillian Anderson (The X Files: The Movie)
Director: Peter Chelsom (Funny Bones)
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PROFANITY: Mild and moderately frequent
SEX/NUDITY: None.
VIOLENCE: Scenes suggesting child abuse
DRUGS/ALCOHOL: Consumption of alcohol
ACTION: A number of chase and fight scenes
COMEDY: Humorous depictions of two boys engaging in adventures
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There's a wonderful symmetry to the fact that The Mighty appears so soon after Simon Birch, to show exactly what the former does right and the latter did wrong. Though both are stories of young boys connected by their outsider status, The Mighty never assaults you with pathos or absurd slapstick. The solid performances and fantastic elements give it a twist that often make you forget you're watching a film with a message. Aside from some unnecessarily dark and clumsy subject matter late in the film, The Mighty is a solid and appealing tale of friendship.
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Young Kevin Dillon and his mother move next door to Maxwell Kane and his grandparents. Thirteen-year-old Max is a giant boy in size 14 shoes who's slow in school, short on courage, and long on not fitting in. But then he meets Kevin, a tiny Einstein in leg braces with more smarts, lip and nerve than any kid in town.

Both boys have been outcasts all their lives. To the local hoods, they're "Frankenstein and Igor." But united as one - with tiny Kevin perched atop the shoulders of gain Max, they form a single, courageous warrior: an imposing force with an iron will, a wild imagination, and the mightiest air of nobility since the reign of King Arthur. Together, this fearless combination that calls itself The Mighty will set out on the ultimate quest, only to discover the mightiest treasure of all - friendship.

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