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A Boy Called Po is a movie starring Christopher Gorham, Julian Feder, and Kaitlin Doubleday. After his wife dies of cancer, an overworked engineer struggles to care for his son with autism. His son in response to bullying regresses...

Genres
Fantasy, Drama
Director
John Asher
Starring
Kaitlin Doubleday, Christopher Gorham, Andrew Bowen, Julian Feder

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Product details

Genres Fantasy, Drama
Director John Asher
Writer Colin Goldman, Colin Goldman, Steve C. Roberts
Stars Kaitlin Doubleday, Christopher Gorham, Andrew Bowen, Julian Feder
Country USA
Also Known As Po
Runtime 1 h 35 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description After his wife dies of cancer, an overworked engineer struggles to care for his son with autism. His son in response to bullying regresses into a fantasy world escape.

Top reviews

Monday, 20 Jul 2020 23:55

I went to see this film with the feeling that this was going to be a good, straightforward story, but in the end it was a lot more than that. I liked the film very much, but there are certain things in it that I don't think it deserves a lot of praise. Firstly, it was a very slow film, that's a bad thing, especially in a film with such an unusual premise. Secondly, the film is only worth seeing for the performance of Keira Knightley. She was really good, and really makes this film worth seeing, as well as the supporting cast. However, as I said, I don't think it deserves a lot of praise. The film also doesn't really tell you much about the other characters in the film, which makes it hard to get into, and as a result it feels a little off, and therefore you may not like it as much as you thought you would. The film is basically about a boy called Po (played by Keira Knightley), who is being bullied by other kids in school, who tell him that they don't like him because he's a boy, and that they'll do anything to stop him from being a boy. However, after a few days he discovers that they've all been lying to him, and that he's actually a boy. However, his parents are concerned that this means that they are unable to take care of him, and that he'll grow up to be a boy. The film really only tells the story of how Po discovers he's a boy, and the rest is just a series of flashbacks, as he discovers that he's a boy. The film doesn't really have a lot of character development, and therefore is rather disappointing. If you want to see a good film about a boy discovering he's a boy, see "Pippi Longstocking", a film by Stephen Soderbergh, "Dark Water", a film by Gavin O'Connor, or "One Hour Photo" by Matt Damon. Also, if you want to see a good film about a boy who discovers he's a boy, see "Shine", a film by Alejandro Amenabar. 8/10
Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020 18:54

A former Boy Scout was turned into a renegade killer. So much about this film had me wondering, like, what's this all about? It really was a lot of fun to watch, but the film's message left a lot to be desired. I thought the best scenes were the ones involving this guy who lost his own faith in the first place. I thought he was a very well-developed character. What is the big deal? What was so special about his "true love" (the book that he was reading, I think) that he couldn't see? I liked him, but he just didn't seem to mean much to me. I know he had a big brother, but he didn't seem to have a big brother who looked like him. I don't know why the book is the one he was reading, but I don't really know how to explain it. There's a lot of subtext in the book, and I can't really figure out what it means. I suppose it just means that he felt that his father died too soon. There are some very good scenes involving this guy, and I was just drawn into his world. I think that if you really have to have something important to say, write it. It's okay to use an excuse to express your thoughts. I think that was the best part about the film. I also liked the ending. I also didn't like how this guy (he says the title "Boy Called Po" over and over again) became this crazy killer. It was very unrealistic. He's supposed to be a good guy, and he turns out to be crazy. I liked the scene when the girl's father tells her that he lost his faith. It was a good scene. If you don't have a big secret that you feel you should be happy about, go for it. You can't tell anyone you have something important to say, but that doesn't mean you have to tell them all your secrets. I would have liked to see more of this man's father, but it's a minor complaint. The ending left me with a feeling that something was going to happen, and that's about it.
Friday, 12 Jun 2020 13:23

This is one of those films that is on a very low budget, and is really not a horror film. It's more of a character study of a young boy, a normal family who lives in a suburban home. His family is constantly dealing with the psychological effects of the death of his father, who is an alcoholic and a bit nutty. The father had recently passed away, and it had left the family with no help. The boy's mother is also dealing with her grief. As she works at a local pizzeria, she is almost constantly running out of money, and becomes more and more depressed. One day, while he is working, the boy overhears a girl playing with her new toy, and the boy immediately takes the toy home and plays with it. A few days later, his mother, who is working as a clerk at the local bank, comes home and finds the boy, and his mother has been with the boy at the pizza place, and they've been in a relationship for years. Now the mother is trying to decide whether or not to tell the boy that she is not a mother anymore. She doesn't want to leave him, and that's where this film comes in. The film is a very interesting look at the effect that grief has on a family, and how it can affect a person's personality. It is very sad and sad, and I personally think that it was very well acted and directed. The film is very realistic in terms of the family dynamics, and the acting is great. The boy does a great job, but the mother is also a great actress, and it is worth noting that she had an outstanding performance in her previous film, "A Boy Called Amal". So if you like psychological dramas, or like realistic dramas, this is definitely a film you should check out. It's not one of those films you should go into expecting to see, but it is definitely worth a watch, and I recommend that everyone who is interested in seeing a film like this, get to a theater near you, and see it. It is not a perfect film, and it is certainly not the best film in the world, but it is a very unique film that I would highly recommend, and it is definitely worth your time.


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