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Tom & Thomas [DVD] [2002] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

Aaron Taylor-Johnson , Sean Bean , Esmé Lammers    DVD
3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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  • Actors: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Sean Bean, Inday Ba, Bill Stewart, Sean Harris
  • Directors: Esmé Lammers
  • Writers: Esmé Lammers
  • Producers: David Higginson, Dick Maas, Frank Thies, Laurens Geels, Malcolm Burgess
  • Format: Colour, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Peace Arch Trinity
  • DVD Release Date: 8 Dec 2009
  • Run Time: 110 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 76,301 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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5.0 out of 5 stars the best film 9 Jun 2014
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I felt this film was wort waiting to see again and again tex, than you johnalderson text me more like this.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 31 July 2014
By richard
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thank you lots
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7 of 19 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars please 3 Mar 2008
can someone please lower the price of this film because i really want it and cant find this film anywhere and i am not aloud it at this price so i was wondering if someone could lower it to like 15 pounds at least although it would be better at a lower price but that would be ok i think so pretty please because i cant find it anywhere that you x x
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not worth £21 even for Sean Bean 27 Aug 2008
I had heard of this film but as it wasn't released in the UK I hadn't seen it, until I was on an Uzbek Airways night flight to Tashkent and they showed this film. As a Sean Bean fan I settled comfortably as I could in my seat with my complimentary G&T. I have to say that the film is rubbish, the plot tosh but Sean is brilliant as the sad lonely hunk whose wife has died. Why doesn't he play more of these characters? Anyway, I'm glad I've seen it because I wouldn't bother buying it, even if Sean is at his most gorgeous (although not as gorgeous as he was running through a field totally naked in Lady Chatteryl!).
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5.0 out of 5 stars A lovely family film 14 April 2009
By Mahri Linn - Published on
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I've been waiting for MONTHS for the release of this DVD; originally scheduled for April 7th, it has been "discontinued by the manufacturer" before the release date. I cannot believe it!! This is a wonderful film - identical twin boys, neither aware of the other, meeting and switching identities only to have the inevitable happen. It's an update on the old story, but a very well done update. Sean Bean plays the father of one of the boys, in a rare good-guy role that he does well. The twin boys are charming, impish, and loyal to each other. Why, oh, why is this film not promoted for family viewing and why oh, why is it not available!
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Tom and Thomas 6 Oct 2006
By Colleen Whalen - Published on
This is a charming children's film starring British actor Sean Bean. Although it is a low budget film, and Sean Bean is an international star who appears in major Hollywood big budget films, he liked the script so much, he agreed to star in this movie.

Usually Sean Bean is cast as the sexy, "baddie" villian in action films - along the lines of "The Man You Love to Hate" as an unsafe sex symbol. To avoid being typecast, he wanted to star in this modest, low budget European based movie. (It is in English and was dubbed for the European audiences) Sean Bean plays a devoted, single father who adopts a foster child. When his adopted son is still quite young, his wife dies unexpectedly, leaving him alone to raise his son.

His character is a talented artist, but struggling to balance his career with raising a child on his own. I don't want to give away the plot with "spoilers" but the premise is based on mistaken identity of his adopted grammar school age son Tom - who has an imaginary friend called Thomas. Everyone things Tom has an over active imagination.

Yet, things become topsy-turvey when Tom meets a young boy, his same age who looks exactly like him! The two lads are stunned to meet their mirror image identical twin. It is an event of sheer coincidence and unplanned. The other little boy lives in a horrible orphanage along the lines of a modern era Charles Dickins instiution.

The film is a contemporary version of "The Prince and the Pauper" crossed with "Oliver Twist" while simultaneously working overtime to be overtly "politically correct" by creating a love interest for the lonely single father by hooking him up with a sweet, pretty next door neighbor, who of course who just happens to be a high powered female international airline pilot, a black woman, and an avid motorcyle driving enthusiast. Only in the movies does everything fall into place so easily! Of course, dad is far too shy to ask this lady out on a date - so they "meet cute" with the young son fixing them up in an artfully artless first date.

This film is great for young children with a nice blend of excitement, sort of an action picture for kids without any real violence - just some slightly scary scenes which would not really frighten small children, just give them some fun excitement. All the nasty adults in the orphaage are punished, the two twin brother orphans are re-united and the happy romantic ending is neatly tied up with a nice finish. This is a sweet, adorable charming family film geared for young children. If you are an adult - and a Sean Bean fan, you would enjoy it. It isn't saccharine sweet or sappy - but please bear in mind this is a film created primarily for the kiddies.

This film was shot in Holland, but made to look like London. For a low budget European film, the production values are still quite strong with nice sets, costumes, cinematography and visuals.

If you are a Sean Bean fan, he looks especially alluring, handsome wicked sexy attractive and it is a nice change of pace to see him cast in a sympathetic, loving father role. I'm a fan of Sean Bean because he is a world class actor who always gives a bravura, spellbinding performance and even when he appears in truly flawed films, he manages to elevate the material. Also - Sean Bean deserves the audience respect because he is one of the very few Hollywood actors over the age of 40 whose face isn't pumped full of Botox. He still looks pretty darn sexy at 47 and refuses to have plastic surgery. Yes, a wee bit weatherbeaten in his looks, but still infinitely rugged, handsome and alluring. He blows all the plastic surgery enhanced actors off the screen with his authenticity and acting skills.

This is a great film for parents to watch with their grammar school kids for a nice family experience.
4.0 out of 5 stars Very good message 26 Jan 2014
By Jean-Sebastien Latouche - Published on
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I really enjoy this movie, which arrived before the estimated date. The only warning I would give parents, is to be aware that it touches the subject of children being sold. I found that the subject was presented tastefully, but depending on the children's age, you might want to prepare them a little bit. It was presented in my niece's second grade class after someone had attempted to kidnap a child by the side of the road. The school thought it appropriate to warn the kids of stranger danger but I feel that they failed to explain the message since my niece, who loved the movie, did not understand it completely.
5.0 out of 5 stars Sean Bean ( Need I say more?) 17 April 2013
By Zep4 - Published on
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If you love the softer side of Sean Bean, you'll love this movie, and the boy is an endearing child.
5.0 out of 5 stars A surprising gem 12 Oct 2012
By pipnuts - Published on
Think Kids Movie, and you'd be wrong. This is a poignant and thought provoking challenge to an adult's (Sean Bean) commonly held misconceptions about childhood. This British/Dutch co-production handles the story of ten-year-old adoptee Thomas (Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Aaron Johnson) and his "imaginary friend" with stark honesty. A dramatic family movie, but not for the youngest children, there is some child endangerment.
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