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A River Runs Through It
My Rating:
(out of 5 stars)
3.5 Stars
A River Runs Through It Poster
Primary Location: First Saw:In Theatre Saw at/with: Don't Remember
Rating: PG Year: 1992 Category: Drama
Director: Robert Redford Time: 113 min. Writer: Richard Friedenberg

Mine: Beautiful and quite powerful. Actually makes fishing look interesting. I am guessing that if you have any interest in fishing, this would be very powerful. As it is it is still quite good. The relationship between the two brothers and thier father is touching and very well portrayed. This is the best that Brad Pitt has been.
Leonard Maltin/Plot synopsis: A preacher (Skerritt) teaches his sons about life, grace, and love through the art of fly-fishing in their native Montana, but as the boys grow up and follow very different paths (one straight-and-narrow, the other wild) they find that fishing is the one bond that still draws them together. Respectful adaptation of Norman Maclean's autobiographical novella. Beautifully filmed in Montana, with Oscar-winning cinematography by Philippe Rousselot... but the pace is deliberate, the emotions muted, and the result is a bit sleepy at times.
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Craig Sheffer as:
Norman Maclean
Brad Pitt Brad Pitt as:
Paul Maclean
Tom Skerritt Tom Skerritt as:
Rev. Maclean
Brenda Blethyn as:
Mr.s Maclean
Emily Lloyd Emily Lloyd as:
Jessie Burns
Edie McClurg Edie McClurg as:
Mrs. Burns
Stephen Shellen as:
Neal Burns
Vann Gravage as:
Young Paul