The Sum of Us


Action / Comedy / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 64%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 81%
IMDb Rating 7.3 10 4869


Uploaded By: FREEMAN
May 23, 2016 at 03:20 PM



Russell Crowe as Jeff Mitchell
Jack Thompson as Harry Mitchell
John Polson as Greg
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731.79 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 40 min
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1.52 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 40 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Roger Balder 10 / 10

What a phenomenal movie. I didn't see this level of quality, humor and love coming from the 90s movie. Very touched.

What a phenomenal movie.

I didn't see this level of quality, humor and love coming from the 90s movie. Very touched.

This seems like a movie from 2030s. Being different is being normal, regular and as most people one has its daily misunderstandings. It also made me reconsider how I see (love) my family and that it is normal to treat my parents the way I treat them.

I just want to say thanks. To those who have created this movie, have a seed of thought that triggered such emotions and thoughts in me. To those who have watched it.

Reviewed by msherwin-1 8 / 10

A little gem of a film

A very surprisingly wonderful film. I can't believe a film like this was so popular in Australia in 1994. I'm also annoyed that films like this don't get more exposure in the US. I liked it very much and Russell Crowe's performance was really touching. He really projected a sincerity that is rare in film, and even more rare in gay themed cinema. I also liked the father's character and the "reasoning" he presented - too bad all parents can't think that way. I thought the actors speaking to the audience worked, flowed very naturally, and was not overdone. With so much junk coming out of Hollywood, nice indie films like this are a welcome reprieve.

Reviewed by grantss 8 / 10

Sweet, sensitive movie on an original topic

A sweet, sensitive movie on an original topic, especially for its time.

Making a movie that features a homosexual man, his relationship with his father, how his father accepts him and loves him unconditionally, and their trials and tribulations, makes for a very original and special story. In 1994, when the movie was made, it would have been even more novel.

Sensitively told story, based on the play by David Stevens.

Great performances by Russell Crowe and Jack Thompson as the son and father, respectively. The banter between them is one of the highlights of the movie.

A timely reminder of how much of acting talent Russell Crowe has, here demonstrating his range. This was to be his last local (ie Australian) movie before hitting the big time. His next movie was a Hollywood one - The Quick and the Dead - and he got third billing...

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