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Eric Brainard over 1 year ago
This film is 25 years old! I remember the tense tree house scene like it's more recent.
Michael Cole over 5 years ago
Culkin's signature monotonic acting is perfect for a child sociopath.
Tracey Orr 6 years ago
bethswald over 6 years ago
Despite its mediocrity & superficial look at good & evil, I am forever enchanted by it
Kakra almost 7 years ago
Justinas Jarukaitis almost 2 years ago
Deborah Peacock almost 2 years ago
Anteater 2 years ago
Sandra Padilla over 2 years ago
Noah Rymer 3 years ago
Schalk Neethling almost 4 years ago
Chris Thomas almost 4 years ago
Asael Acosta over 4 years ago
Abbie almost 5 years ago
Ally McCabe almost 5 years ago
Emily Whitworth almost 5 years ago
Mandy Allen almost 5 years ago
Tom o'brien 5 years ago
Rory Banks 5 years ago
The Good Son is a 1993 psychological thriller film directed by Joseph Ruben and written by English novelist Ian McEwan. The film stars Macaulay Culkin and Elijah Wood. In Arizona, 12-year-old Mark Evans (Elijah Wood) is playing a soccer game, until his father Jack (David Morse) appears and takes him to the hospital to visit his dying mother, Janice. After her death, Jack tries to console his son, but to no avail as Mark maintains the belief that his mother will return. Having been assigned for a business trip to Tokyo, Japan, Jack takes Mark to stay with his uncle Wallace (Daniel Hugh Kelly) and aunt Susan (Wendy Crewson). Upon reaching the Evans' house in Maine, Mark is introduced to his extended family, including his cousins Connie (Quinn Culkin) and Henry Evans (Macaulay Culkin). Mark and Henry get along at first, and Henry seems to be nice and well-mannered. In discussing the death of Mark's mother and that of Henry's younger brother Richard, however, Henry expresses an abnormal...
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