The MightyDirector: Peter Chelsom, Sharon Stone, Elden Henson, Kieran Culkin
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Two outcast teenagers form a close bond as they discover the value of friendship and courage in this moving and memorable release from Walt Disney Video. Presented in 1.85:1 widescreen and featuring an English Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack, this release features no additional audio options or subtitles. Aside from the standard chapter-selection screen, the limited extra features include a production featurette and a Sting music video.
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- Walt Disney Video
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- [Wide Screen]
- [Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Cast & Crew
|Sharon Stone||Gwen Dillon|
|Elden Henson||Maxwell Kane|
|Kieran Culkin||Kevin Dillon|
|Harry Dean Stanton||Grim|
|Gillian Anderson||Loretta Lee|
|James Gandolfini||Kenny Kane|
|Jenifer Lewis||Mrs. Addison|
|Mary Gail Artz||Casting|
|Bruce Carwardine||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Dennis Davenport||Art Director|
|Marie-Sylvie Deveau||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Julie Goldstein||Executive Producer|
|Caroline Hanania||Production Designer|
|David J. Webb||Asst. Director|
|Trevor Jones||Score Composer|
|Cal Loucks||Set Decoration/Design|
|Amy Ostrower||Production Manager|
|Bob Weinstein||Executive Producer|
|Harvey Weinstein||Executive Producer|
1. Program Start/ Dinosaur Brain [5:32]
2. New Neighbors [3:55]
3. Reading King Arthur [7:16]
4. "That's How it Started" [7:20]
5. A Knight of the Realm [2:32]
6. High Above the World [5:37]
7. The Stolen Purse [5:06]
8. "The Spitting Image" [4:30]
9. Freak the Mighty [5:58]
10. Falling Down to Earth [5:24]
11. A New Body [6:44]
12. "I'm Just Like Him!" [1:19]
13. Down the Chinmney [10:50]
14. Killer Kane [7:33]
15. Christmas (A Week Later) [1:36]
16. The Empty Book [7:28]
17. What Loretta Said [3:58]
18. Once and Future King [2:40]
19. End Credits [4:53]
English for the Hearing Impaired
Good Will Hunting
Behind the Scenes Featurette
Making of Music Video Featurette
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I thought that the part with Max's flashback to his mom's murder could've been done much better, like with 3-D flashes and stuff. The kid who plays Freak was great, but Freak's character should've been more faithful to the book. In the book he's bossy and has a big know-it-all attitude (justifiably) and uses big words more often. In this movie he's too patient. Other than that, this is one of the best movies I've seen in a while. I adored the book, and I recommended it to anyone who's been picked on, or has had an outcasts friend, or who just likes good books about redemption. I hope they redo this movie and make it more intense and faithful to the book.
This is one of the best movies I have seen in a long time--I have not read the book so I cannot speak to it being true to it but as a movie is has everything--relationships, adventure, fun, drama, happiness, sadness--what more can you ask of a movie?? And you can let your kids watch it!!
If your looking for an adventure, this is an awsome movie, as well as a book. It gets sad closer to the end though.
''The Mighty'' is the best movie that I have seen come along in a long time. Some people might not agree with me on that, but that is their opinion and this is mine. People say that it had good acting, but a bad script. Well It is my favorite movie. I am only 15 years old, but I think my opinion is as good as any other. There was humor, action, adventure, and some dramatic parts. People don't give it enough critical acclaim. I don't know how it happened but Henson and Culkin played outstanding roles. Henson, the slow and illiterate seventh grade outcast lets you beleive that he doesn't think he is smart. As the story progresses, however, he proves that he has one of the most poetic minds. He plays his roles brilliantly. Culkin makes it! He is the more or less comedic character in the story. He is bright, but crippled. He gives you the sense not to feel sorry for him. No one could play the role like him. He and Henson are the reasons that I label ''The Mighty'' my favorite movie. What I am saying is that there was good acting, good script, but bad advertisement. They led movie-goers to believe that it was a Sharon Stone movie and I can tell you one thing it wasn't even close to a Sharon Stone movie. All and all I give Peter Chelsom's adaption of Rodman Philbrickk's, who without him none of this could have been possible, ''Freak the Mighty.''
Well I thought the book was better than the movie cause the book gives more details then the movie and the movie skips most of the good parts.
First time I saw this was on TV, it was near the end when Max and Kevin are celebrating Christmas. Now after seeing it from beginning to end, it's a sometimes sad but good film about two misunderstood kids that become friends. Both Elden Henson and Kieran Culkin did a great job in their roles as Max and Kevin. Sharon Stone was pretty good as the Fair Gwen. Wish she could be in more roles like this. The ending I admit I got a little teary eyed. Book's good too. Recommend both.
freak the mighty is 1 of the top books! kevin (freak) is the best character and most funniest. you should read the book freak the mighty or see the movie the mighty
it was an ok movie but it could have been more close to the book. They could have cast freak with a beter person to play the role. they could have cast gram and grim as older people.
I am a 67 year old grandmother and I justloved every bit of the movie. It is alsoclean enough to let your children and grandchildren watch. I wish there weremore movies like it.