DVD - 2005 | Widescreen ed.
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Two brothers in Ireland find a bag filled with money. The older boy wants to spend it, but the younger boy, a child given to imagining the saints, wants to share it with the poor.
Publisher: Beverly Hills, Calif. : Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, [2005], c2004.
Edition: Widescreen ed.
Branch Call Number: J
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (98 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.


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Aug 23, 2015

"Millions" by Danny ("Slumdog Millionaire") Boyle is a mainstream film that is shot consistently from a kids point of view. The film is about a newly widowed dad and his two sons, Damian and older brother Anthony. The film is Damian's real and imaginary world. He ends up with a lot of money and tries to " do good" in the world by "helping the poor". His older brother is trying to keep the hoard secret and invest in real estate. With kindness, humor and some fear we see the poignant world kids face.

Nov 07, 2013

Not what I was expecting from Danny Boyle. At all. Forgettable. Easily. Done. Forgotten.

Jun 29, 2013

I happen to have liked this movie. This story that Boyle came up with is thought provoking and naked shoulders are technically nudity however it isn't the nudity that grown minds are likely to conjure and the movie seems to have poetic license in that it's definately from across the pond yet not exactly of one local perfectly which makes it all the more clever.

Jan 10, 2013

Sorry, this was NOT an Irish movie. It was filmed in the Liverpool/Manchester area and the dialect was of that area. It was an okay movie I guess but nothing to get excited about.

Nelly R Mikhail
Dec 30, 2012

this movie is not suitable for kids.On the back of the DVD it states that it's PG and you think it's okay to watch it with kids but across from the PG written in an unnoticeable print "nudity".Too bad that the main characters are 2 young brothers and you get fooled that this is appropriate for kids!

Sep 02, 2011

Aww, it's adorable. Being Catholic-influenced film, some saints show up, and throw in their two cents about money and greed. Recommended if you and your children like comedy, fantasy and adventure in one package. Not recommended if you are nuts and quickly shut films off at the sight of a brassiere.

Dec 23, 2010

This was totally inappropriate for children. The we had to quickly shut it off when we came to a close-up of a breast in a lacy bra. I am shocked that this is concidered a childrens movie.

Nov 19, 2010

Loved this movie for older children & all others. I loved the Irish dialects

Aug 22, 2009

Too much dialog for younger audiences. My older kids liked the film and interesting for parents too.


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Nelly R Mikhail
Dec 30, 2012

Nelly R Mikhail thinks this title is suitable for 17 years and over

Nov 19, 2010

barkley5 thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over


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Mar 18, 2012

The United Kingdom decides to convert to the Euro in seven days. For the Irish criminal world, it's the biggest opportunity as there ever was. When a railway heist goes wrong and an enormous bag of money falls from the sky into the hands of Damian and Anthony, there's only one thing the two can do, spend it like there's no tomorrow. But Damian and Anthony have differing views on what to do with the money. What they both discover is that money can cause lots of problems.
Alex Etel, Lewis McGibbon, James Nesbitt, Daisy Donovan
The UK Film Council and BBC Films


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Nov 07, 2013

(After putting together an order of candy) Sweet Shop Owner: "I haven't seen you two here before..." Anthony (handing him some money): "We just moved here. Our mum's dead." Sweet Shop Owner: "...Yeah well, go on. Get all these. God bless. Who's next?" Anthony (hushed, leaving with his brother Damian): "Works every time. Tell 'em Mum's dead, and they give you stuff! Every time."


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