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Mark Wahlberg, Tyrese Gibson, Andre Benjamin and Garrett Hedlund co-star in this gripping tale of brotherly love, betrayal and revenge from acclaimed filmmaker John Singleton.

After their adoptive mother is gunned down during a grocery store holdup, four estranged brothers reunite to seek revenge and take matters into their own hands. Defying police orders, the four begin turning their old Detroit neighborhood upside down searching for the mastermind behind the brutal killing. Along the way, they discover they are bound by ties thicker than blood in this emotionally powerful, action-packed drama.


Studio Paramount
SKU 202901307
UPC 097360703849
UPC 14 00097360703849
Format HD DVD
Release Date 8/15/2006
Aspect Ratio
Widescreen  1.78:1
Cast & Crew
Andre Benjamin - Actor
Andrew M. Stearn - Art Director
Billy Fox - Editor
Bruce Cannon - Editor
Chiwetel Ejiofor - Actor
David Arnold - Original Music By
David Elliot - Writer
Erik Howsam - Executive Producer
Garrett Hedlund - Actor
John Singleton - Director
Lorenzo di Bonaventura - Producer
Mark Wahlberg - Actor
Paul Lovett - Writer
Peter Menzies, Jr. - Cinematographer
Sofia Vergara - Actor
Taraji P. Henson - Actor
Terrence Howard - Actor
Tyrese Gibson - Actor
Winner (2006) Image Award, John Singleton, Outstanding Directing in a Feature Film/Television Movie
Nominee (2006) MTV Award, Andre Benjamin, Best Breakthrough Performance
ReviewSource Chicago Sun-Times
Review John Singleton's "Four Brothers" is an urban Western, or maybe it's an urban movie inspired by a Western; either way, it's intended to be more mythic than realistic. It connects with underlying moral currents in the way Westerns used to, back before greed, fear, anger and "society" provided action movies with all the motivation they needed..."Four Brothers" works as an urban thriller, if not precisely as a model of logic. There is, for example, a bloody and extended gun battle involving hundreds of rounds of machine-gun bullets and a stack of dead bodies, and afterwards a cop observes "it looks like self-defense." Yes, but since that cop cannot make the point after the smoke clears, why is there no investigation to tidy up the carnage? I guess I shouldn't ask questions like that in a Western, urban or otherwise; bad guys exist to get shot and good guys exist to shoot them, with a few key exceptions to keep things interesting. If you want to know how it all turned out, you need to get a transfer to the courtroom genre.
Reviewer Roger Ebert
ReviewRating 8
DVD, Sensormatic, Checkpoint, No Longer Produced
Fred Saxon, FOX-TV Action, emotion, passion, and a great story.
Mike Clark, USA Today ...solidly entertaining.
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