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Current Rating: 4.19

Current Rating: 4.19

based on 245 votes and 19 reviews

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  • I don't really have time to sit down and watch a movie so when I do it better be worth my time. This moving was really good and I would gladly recommend it to one of my friends or co-workers.
  • We enjoyed the hell out of the movie, i noticed that some people thought very little of it becuase of the smoking, drinking and sex, that is natrally their opinion and they are entitalled to one, but it is just a movie, try to enjoy it without the moral values to croud your opinion or the movie will suck. It`s a DARK COMEDY, that alone suggests that morals are not going to be taking a high ground here.
  • My children and I enjoyed this movie. The little girl in the flick would have some of the strangest things come out of her mouth, that just added to the comedy. We had trouble trying to figure out our favorite parts of the movie, becuase there were so many to chose from.
  • I liked the mix of adams family humor and weekend and burnies situations
  • pretty much the best movie ive ever seen *note: ive seen a lot of movies
  • this movie rocks my socks off it was awsome i loved it joe and margarets boy friend were so hot in this movie and its just an awsome movie i love it.
  • SIBLINGS IS THE BEST MOVIE EVERY AND ALL OF U WHO HAVE COMMENTED BADL ARN`T SMART(jk but it is an Extermly good movie)
  • Typical Canadian shlock. Not even worth renting.
  • Movie stinks but Campbell looks way better than he did in Little Men.
  • eff yeah!

Siblings

Genre:  Comedy | Running Time:  85 min.
Release date:  April 15, 2005

Current rating: Rating: 4.19
based on 245 votes and 19 reviews
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Cast: Alex Campbell, Sarah Gordon, Andrew Chalmers, Samantha Weinstein, Sonja Smits, Nicholas Campbell, Sarah Polley, Tom McCamus, Martha Burns, Paul Soles