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Editor's NoteFLIPPER: Flipper, that loveable dolphin from the TV series and films, is reborn here with a 1990s spin. Disgruntled teenager Sandy (Elijah Wood) is upset about his parents' divorce, so he is sent to Key West, Florida, to live with Porter (Paul Hogan), his free-spirit, layabout uncle. One day, Sandy saves a darling dolphin from two dangerous dolts, and later discovers that the fish has followed him to his beachfront abode. Sandy dubs the animal Flipper, and the pair enjoy an unusual, frolicking friendship that lifts the lad out of his doldrums. However, Flipper's life is threatened by a nasty gang of men who want to dump toxic waste into the waters where Flip swims. Can Porter and Sandy--with Flipper's help--save the sweet animal from this doom?TWO BROTHERS: French filmmaker Jean-Jacques Annaud is known for tackling profound subject matter in films such as SEVEN YEARS IN TIBET and ENEMY AT THE GATES. Occasionally he takes refuge in lighter films. Here the focus is on two rambunctious, adorable tigers--Kumal and Sangha--who live among ancient temple ruins in the Southeast Asian jungle. They become victims of the garish and gluttonous era of British Colonialism in the early 1900s. Aidan McRory (Guy Pearce), a well-known explorer, hosts lavish hunting parties that are in stark contrast with the untamed wilderness. When he stumbles on the tiger family, McRory kills the adult male tiger, but takes pity on Kumal, the traumatized cub left behind. When McRory is arrested for looting ancient artifacts, little Kumal is sold to the circus where local ringleaders beat him into submission and break his spirit. Meanwhile, Sangha, the second cub, is discovered by Raoul (Freddie Highmore), the son of a powerful local administrator, but he is later sent to the prince's palace, where he is trained to be a vicious killer.
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|Jean-Jacques Annaud - Director|