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The Mighty
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The Mighty 1997

From Amazon: Award-winning actresses Sharon Stone (SPHERE, CASINO) and Gillian Anderson (THE X-FILES) star in this uplifting motion picture that's received overwhelming critical acclaim! With his loving and supportive mother (Stone), 13-year-old Kevin (Kieran Culkin) moves in next door to another teen, Max. Though both have problems that label them as outcasts, Kevin and Max discover that by proudly combining their strengths and uniting as one, they can overcome their individual limitations and triumph over any adversity! As the two set out on a series of courageous adventures, they find the mightiest treasure of all: friendship! With Gena Rowlands...

Directed By:
No image existsPeter Chelsom
Written By:
No image existsCharles Leavitt
Kieran CulkinKieran Culkin
No image existsElden Henson
Sharon StoneSharon Stone
Gillian AndersonGillian Anderson
Harry Dean StantonHarry Dean Stanton
No image existsGena Rowlands
James GandolfiniJames Gandolfini
No image existsJoe Perrino
Meat Loaf AdayMeat Loaf Aday
Jenifer LewisJenifer Lewis

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The Mighty Movie Review by Zara (1/24/2007)

Growing up is all about finding out which class you're in. No, not your economic class. No, not the classroom that you're going to be bored to tears in for the next 9 months. I'm talking about the class that you are designated to by your peers. The tough kids hang with the tough kids. The popular kids all sit at the same...

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