Eighteen (2004)

Eighteen (2004)

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A troubled teen on the verge of manhood if forced to fend for himself when, on his 18th birthday, he is estranged from his family and effectively rendered homeless in a soul-searching drama starring Alan Cumming, Ian McKellen, and Brendan Fletcher. Alone on the streets and uncertain what to do with his life, Pip Andrews seeks the guidance of a kindly local priest by day while listening to a tape made by his grandfather Jason (McKellen) at night. Compelled by the tense tales of being trapped behind enemy lines in the heat of battle, Jason finds that his experiences on the streets soon begin to mirror the experiences of his grandfather on the battlefield as his quest for redemption leads him down the uncertain but adventurous road to self-discovery.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Art House & International , Drama , Gay & Lesbian
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Studio:
Cinedigm

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Cast

Brendan Fletcher
as Jason Anders
Mark Hildreth
as Macauley
Carly Pope
as Jenny
Thea Gill
as Hannah
Alan Cumming
as Father Chris
Ian McKellen
as Jason Anders
Paul Dzenkiw
as Daniel
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Audience Reviews for Eighteen

½

Strange movie, but superb acting by all the cast. Paul Anthony is magnificent as Pip Anders, the 18 year old fighting inner and outer demons. He was traumatized by his father's brutal treatment of Pip's older gay brother, which ended with the brother dying in a car accident. Braedan Fletcher was great as the WWII version of Pip's grandfather. The movie itself drags a bit since the only thing happening is Pip's relationship with the hustler Clark and the social worker wannabe Jenny. It's worth a watch just to see the cast in action.

Alexander Morgan
Alexander Morgan
½

I really didnt care for this movie. I didnt feel for the characters at all and I thought that the acting was borderline.

Jonathan Williams
Jonathan Williams

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