Two Brothers, with Guy Pearce, Freddie Highmore, and two very precious tiger cubs, shy Sangha and adventurous Kumal. This story touches on many issues: the ethics of big-game hunting; looting ancient ruins for treasure; circus animal abuse; living up to a parent's expectations; and of course the unbreakable bond between brothers. When the two cubs are separated after their father is killed by treasure seekers, Kumal finds himself the unwilling replacement for "Bloody Caesar," an aging (and harmless) circus tiger. Sangha is adopted by an English family and becomes the adoring pet of their little boy, Raoul. The circus owners quickly break Kumal's adventurous spirit, very nearly robbing him of his will to live. When Sangha's emerging playfulness gets out of hand, he nearly kills the family dog and is quickly turned over to a powerful yet emotionally crippled despot who has him trained for blood sport. Eventually the two tigers meet in the arena, and what begins as a fight to the death ends in a tender moment of recognition, then their daring escape and return to the jungle, where they finally are reunited with their mother. While the movie does contain the suggestion of violence, it is tactfully handled off-camera. Our three-year-old grandson was (mostly) entranced, and all the adults in our family adored the movie. Well worth seeing!