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[font=Arial]I watched Among Giants without knowing who exactly are in the movie. It came as a surprise to find out Pete Postlethwaite and Rachel Griffiths lead the film. The impression of Rachel in Hilary and Jack is still vivid, since I recently watched that one for the second or third times. As for Pete, It has been a long time since I saw his credibly acclaimed in the name of the father. His performance in Among Giants bring back memory how good he was in in the name of the father. He was not at all outshined by Daniel day-Lewis. [/font][font=Arial]They played an unlikely couple, having huge age difference between them. Yet its not all unlikely they would fall for each other. They both have this unique characteristic in them. There was full frontal scene of Pete which really surprised me (considering he is not really that young). Yet he played it out so naturally, I even find these coolness and sexiness in him. [/font]
[font=Arial]Though some of the scenes are good, the script is kind of weak, ending totally predictable. This is the kind of movie that you see the actors, not about the story or direction. [/font]
[font=Arial]I actually saw part of this movie before, but never really finished it. I guess I did not have great impression with Edward James Olmos, so did not have the patient to finish. I finally watch the whole thing tonight, except the first 10-15 min. [/font]
[font=Arial]It was an okay movie in general. The lovemaking scenes are real and natural, not like many other finely choreography lovemaking scenes so oftenly seen in the movies. [/font]
[font=Arial]Arie Verveen, never seen him before, the slight accent telling me he is a British. To me, he is the only one stands out in the movie. Dont mind watching some other performance from him.[/font]