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My Brother the Pig (1999)

Being a teen is tough enough for Kathy Cauldwell (Scarlett Johansson) without having to be the target of her little brother George's constant practical jokes. But life really gets crazy ... See full summary »

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Matilda (as Eva Mendez)
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Richard Caldwell
Romy Windsor ...
Kathy Caldwell (as Romy Walthall)
Nick Fuoco ...
George Caldwell
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Freud
Bronko ...
Pig George
Gloria ...
Pig George
Patches ...
Pig George
Piggy ...
Pig George
Red ...
Pig George
Trouble ...
Pig George
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Grandma Berta (as Renée Victor)
Cambria Gonzalez ...
Mercedes
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Being a teen is tough enough for Kathy Cauldwell (Scarlett Johansson) without having to be the target of her little brother George's constant practical jokes. But life really gets crazy when Dad (Judge Reinholt) and mom leave for France and George is magically transformed into a pig via some ancient rocks belonging to their nanny Matilda (Eva Mendes). Written by Anonymous

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If you act like an animal, you just may become one!

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy

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Rated PG for mild language | See all certifications »

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10 September 1999 (USA)  »

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Braciszek świnka  »

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Scarlett Johannson and Alex D. Linz previously played siblings in Home Alone 3. See more »

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References All My Children (1970) See more »

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SAN MIGUEL EL ALTO
Performed by Mariachi Los Camperos de Nati Cano
DELFIN RECORDS 1995
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poor acting, bad script, plus unnecessary foul language
9 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I rented this from the "family" section of my local video store, and much to my dismay, there was a large amount of foul language coming from the mouth of Scarlett Johansen. Her (and the rest of the cast's) acting was far below her performance in The Horse Whisperer a year prior. The only similarity is that once again she plays a teen with a bad attitude that gets overcome in the end. The plot might have been written by my 2 year old. It became painful to watch after a while, but my kids insisted on watching it to the end (we had to keep saying, "oh that's a bad word!" as the language was inappropriate for the under 13 crowd. Absolutely a waste of a dollar to rent!


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