Leaves of Grass Movie Information

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Overall Rank: 10304

Average Rating: 2.4/4

# of Ratings: 19

Theatrical Release Date: 04/02/2010

Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 10/12/2010

Language: English

Genre: Comedy, Crime

MPAA Rating: R

Director: Tim Blake Nelson

Actors: Edward Norton, Melanie Lynskey, Susan Sarandon, Keri Russell, Maggie Siff, Richard Dreyfuss

Plot: An Ivy League professor returns home to Oklahoma where his twin brother, a pot grower extraordinaire, has plans to take on the local drug lord. -- Chris Kavan

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FSUNoles27TS - wrote on 12/29/2012

A movie where Edward Norton plays a set of twins, that revolves around pot growing/distribution; this sounded like it was going to be my kind of movie. Unfortunately, the movie did not deliver a good product. Norton's acting was actually very stale and left much to be desired. The writing was dull and boring. It just all seemed to be put together very quickly and without much thought.

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dukeakasmudge - wrote on 08/09/2011

I didnt think Ed Norton could pull off playing twins but he did a pretty good job.Leaves Of Grass started off boring & really didnt get better till towards the end but by then........Who cares?

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Sgt. Jazoof - wrote on 02/08/2011

Starts off funny/squirrely, then gets very amusing with twin "chemistry", and plot is decent- builds to a very dramatic climax- great ending.

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I watched it because of Edward Norton!

MovieAddict - wrote on 04/06/2012

An Ivy League philosophy professor Bill Kincaid (Edward Norton) finds out that his twin brother Brady was murdered and returns to his home town of Oklahoma to arrange his funeral but once he gets there he discovers that Brady faked his death to lure Bill to return home. The question is WHY? Apparently ex-con Brady is now managing a small-scale pot farm and planning a scheme against a local drug lord (Richard Dreyfuss) and wants to use his twin as an alibi while he takes care of business.

Confrontations occur, both negative and positive: as Bill meets school teacher/poet Janet (Keri Russell) and falls in love and reconciles with his mom Daisy (Susan Sarandon) who resides at a retirement home, though she is still young. Meanwhile Brady and his sidekick do something totally out of …

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