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A River Runs Through It (film)

3 Ratings: 2.7
A film directed by Robert Redford.

Fly-fishing figures prominently in this poignant tale of two brothers growing up in Montana in the early 20th century under the stern rule of their minister father. While both boys rebel, Norman (Craig Sheffer) channels his rebellion into writing, but … see full wiki

Tags: Movies, Dramas
Director: Robert Redford
Genre: Drama
Release Date: 1992
MPAA Rating: PG
2 reviews about A River Runs Through It (film)
review by . April 09, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
A River Runs Through It tells the quite extraordinary story of two boys, Norman Maclean (Craig Sheffer) and Paul Maclean (Brad Pritt). They are growing up in the 1920s with a very strict father who is a pastor, Rev. Maclean (Tom Skerritt). Their father only teaches them about three things in life, the Bible, school and fly fishing. Paul is more of the rebellious son that has to be watched very closely, while Norman is responsible, and has the look of someone that will one day be a good man. So …
review by . May 12, 2000
posted in Movie Hype
Pros: Beautiful scenery     Cons: a little slow, actors not well rounded     THE STARS    Craig Sheffer - Norman MacLean   Brad Pitt - Paul MacLean   Tom Skerritt - Reverend MacLean   Robert Redford - Narrator      Based somewhat on the autobiographical novella of Norman MacLean, this story is set in the 20's in the Montana countryside and more importantly, on the river. The symbolism of the river …
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