The Brothers BloomDirector: Rian Johnson
When the younger of two notorious sibling con artists announces a plan to go legit, his brother implores him to carry out one last swindle in the eagerly anticipated sophomore feature from Brick writer/director Rian Johnson. Tired of a life on the run, a confidence man who has dedicated his life to the art of/a>/i>/a>… See more details below
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When the younger of two notorious sibling con artists announces a plan to go legit, his brother implores him to carry out one last swindle in the eagerly anticipated sophomore feature from Brick writer/director Rian Johnson. Tired of a life on the run, a confidence man who has dedicated his life to the art of the grift decides to call it quits. Despite his plans to leave his criminal past behind, however, the reluctant scammer finds that his brother has masterminded one last scheme to claim the wealth of an eccentric millionaire (Rachel Weisz). With the opportunity to make enough money so that he would be able to live comfortably even if his legitimate endeavors fail, the heretofore unrepentant con man finds it increasingly difficult to refuse his sibling's potentially profitable endeavor.
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- Summit Inc/Lionsgate
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- [Wide Screen]
- [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
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Cast & Crew
|Rinko Kikuchi||Actor,Bang Bang|
|Maximilian Schell||Diamond Dog|
|Jim Clay||Production Designer|
|Jasna Dragovic||Art Director|
|Douglas E. Hansen||Executive Producer|
|Wendy Japhet||Executive Producer|
|Nathan Johnson||Score Composer|
|Beatrix Aruna Pasztor||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Brian Reitzell||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|James D. Stern||Producer|
|Pawel Wdowczak||Sound/Sound Designer|
1. "A Simple Con" [7:10]
2. "Everybody Gets Everything They Want" [5:55]
3. "My New Favorite Camel" [4:34]
4. "Make It a Schwinn" [6:10]
5. "I Collect Hobbies" [7:08]
6. "SS Fidele" [5:06]
7. "We've Gone Straight" [5:10]
8. "An Adventure Story" [4:27]
9. "A Smuggler Nickname" [4:33]
10. "Setting the Trap" [7:27]
11. "Some Kind of Disruption" [5:20]
12. "Going in Alone" [9:46]
13. "It's All a Con" [7:24]
14. "Three Months Later" [8:19]
15. "The Russians Got Stephen" [:17]
16. "Game's up" [7:30]
17. "Center Stage" [6:10]
18. "No Such Thing As an Unwritten Life" [4:16]
Audio Commentary With Director Rian Johnson & Producer Ram Bergman: On
Audio Commentary With Director Rian Johnson & Producer Ram Bergman: Off
"From Sketch to Celluloid"
"A Con Is Born"
"Hitting the Mark"
"In Bloom: Behind the Scenes"
Deleted Scenes Commentary With Director Rian Johnson: On
Deleted Scenes Commentary With Director Rian Johnson: Off
"Landlady - Part"
"She Knows a Lot of Things"
"While It Lasts"
"The Curator's Tale"
"Diamond Dog Aftermath"
"Have a Cigar"
"Don't Be Pathetic"
"Original Beach House"
"Landlady - Part 2"
"Russia - Part 1: Bathroom"
"Russia - Part 2: The Set-up"
"Russia - Part 3: The Hand-off"
"Russia - Part 4: The Dog's Apartment"
"Russia - Part 5: The Theater"
"Russia - Part 6: The Road"
Spoken Languages: English: Dolby Digital 5.1
Spoken Languages: Español: Dolby Digital 5.1
Spoken Languages: Audio Commentary With Director Rian Johnson & Producer Ram Bergman
Subtitles: English SDH (For Dear and Hard of Hearing)
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Of course I am biased because i love Adrien Brody (Bloom) but surprisingly enough, it's the other brother; Stephen (Mark Ruffalo) that made this movie different and special. Its beginning is much like a throwback to the short lived "Pushing Dasies" with its simple yet artful narration. The movie is hilarious but also greatly moving. It starts out as a bit of a joke but as the plot thickens near the end of the movie you realize that it's one of those stories that acctually means something. So laugh cry and be amazed! It's love, friends, and especailly family that make life worth living. Although, all of the cons along the way sure make it memorable.
This out-of-the-box conman film is terribly fun. I loved every minute of the movie, however be sure to pay attention throughout because small passings details lead to be facts of major importance later in the movie. I highly recommend it to people of tastes! This movie will make you laugh; it may even make you cry...it is a movie you will want to enjoy again and again!