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"Complete Savages" features five sons (all of whom are different ages) and their single father.
The only obvious similarity is that both families contain five kids with differing personalities, which is a rather broad concept.
His wife, Kate, finds herself attracted to prisoner Ed Biddle. See full summary » Single father Nick Savage runs a 'macho' household, having five school-age sons, all rowdy slobs except sensitive, polite 'nerd' Sam, who nevertheless envies dating-slick athlete Shawn.
That changes when distantly admired Angela becomes his steady date, a base nine of his brothers ever reached or would admit wanting.
Over my shoulder, water sparkled underneath a blue sky.
When jazz music became popular, people said that it wasn't music.
There are currently no further details of why he was placed under the psychiatric hold, however it is used to confine a person deemed to have a mental disorder that makes them a danger to themselves or others.
Edward had become the next big thing after his role opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger as the young, wily John Connor in the epic James Cameron sequel, landing roles in major films like Before and After and American History X over the next ten years.
She also wanted Mr Stahl to prove he wasn't abusing drugs around their child, asking that he present 'proof of a negative result for a test for drugs and alcohol within the 24 hours prior to his scheduled visitation time.'Before he took on the task of becoming John Connor in 2003's Terminator sequel, Mr Stahl appeared in The Man Without A Face with Mel Gibson, Disturbing Behavior, and The Thin Red Line, which was nominated for Best Picture by the Academy Awards.
Just when things seem all rosy (director Todd Field strings you along for a pleasant half hour or so), there is a horrible tragedy, and we are left in the stifling emotional space of the remaining characters dealing with their pain. Director Field adds interesting touches, such as having almost no soundtrack except, of all things, Bulgarian choir music (an interesting touch—the passionate Eastern European folk songs a nice contrast with the emotional repression in American culture). The ending was very "typical," turning an excellent, true film into a Hollywood film.
There is very much I liked about this film, especially the performance of Tom Wilkinson. I didn't think for a second that the conclusion was true to the main characters whom we had come to know.