Birthmarked Trailer #1 (2018) | Movieclips Indie

  • Published on Feb 21, 2018
  • Check out the new trailer for Birthmarked starring Toni Collette! Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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    US Release Date: 2018
    Starring: Matthew Goode, Toni Collette, Michael Smiley
    Directed By: Emanuel Hoss-Desmarais
    Synopsis: Two scientists raise 3 children contrarily to their genetic tendencies to prove the ultimate power of nurture over nature.
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Comments • 64

  • Roy Jason
    Roy Jason Month ago

    Enjoy this movie using boxxy software in your audio language

  • Jake Clements
    Jake Clements 2 months ago

    Nothing to do about Birthmarks! I am still going to watch! :)

  • Logan Spencer
    Logan Spencer 4 months ago +2

    No joke the actor of Luke is in my class

  • Hot Lips
    Hot Lips 4 months ago

    This movie is disturbing and not appropriate for children! It disturbingly sexualizes children!

  • Samarama A
    Samarama A 5 months ago

    I’m kitty but you can call me kitty kat 😂😂

    Looks like a good movie

  • Fortnite I’snt Broken

    it’s just a social experiment

  • Charles Hickory
    Charles Hickory 5 months ago

    I'm Katie but you can call me kittycat

  • H H
    H H 6 months ago +1

    I just finished watching this on Netflix and can say it was not worth the watch. It really boaring.

  • xyhanx
    xyhanx 6 months ago

    Watched because of Toni and Matthew...Had so much potential but the climax and denouement was just underwhelming for me..

  • JoJoM92
    JoJoM92 6 months ago


  • Triangle Book Apprentice

    Terrible trailer now i dont need to see the film

  • Deisy Esparza
    Deisy Esparza 6 months ago +1

    Save yourself don’t watch this boring crap.

  • megan your friend
    megan your friend 6 months ago

    Can't tell if they're Irish or Scottish

  • Zach Van Harris JR
    Zach Van Harris JR 7 months ago +5

    Family is an experiment.. Hereditary brought me here.

  • ronkia Tennessee
    ronkia Tennessee 7 months ago


  • some short asian
    some short asian 7 months ago +1

    I watched this tonight and it's so damn funny oml

  • grodard9
    grodard9 7 months ago +3

    The nauseating uptempo music is a way of saying out loud this is a feel good family movie. Still, I'm intrigued, and a fan of Toni Colette.

  • Lady Kitsune239
    Lady Kitsune239 8 months ago +5

    so 2 people trying to turn their kids into something they are not

  • Aiber Lane
    Aiber Lane 9 months ago +114

    I was interested when this looked like it had some depth to it. Then it turned into a quirky indie comedy.

  • flaming flower
    flaming flower 9 months ago +14

    Why does this look like an iMovie trailer?

  • Zion Akinjide
    Zion Akinjide 9 months ago +1

    i tell of the greatest thing ever not to have screwed up adults raising you.....takes about 30% off life crap that you've got to deal with...

  • Isle Of Wight Alternative Attractions

    Royal Tenenbaums wannabe.

  • Vuyolwethu Mtyapa
    Vuyolwethu Mtyapa 9 months ago +3

    I have grown to love Toni Collette with every movie she makes. She almost messed it up with F8 of the furious and that Melissa McCarthy movie, but this is good.

  • Gabin Roy
    Gabin Roy 9 months ago

    Record relax justify improvement including nonprofit account word

  • Kube Dog
    Kube Dog 9 months ago +33

    interesting. And then it got stupid.

  • UJR78
    UJR78 9 months ago +3

    Your experiment produced a Nerd a Loser and a Sissy... great job mutants.

  • Just_Jovial
    Just_Jovial 9 months ago

    I'm lucy but u can call me lucy juicy

  • Cecily Smith
    Cecily Smith 9 months ago +10

    I'm living this! My so called illegitimate kid genetically comes from a Psych Ward Nut Case, she is the most caring genius! Gifted and talented, reading since she was 3. My 2 kids with my partner with a strong family background... They are on the slower end, needs speech therapy, and will probably go to T1 and held back in her school career! I guess it's a mixed back whatever DNA and nurturing going on!!!!

  • Seventyleven
    Seventyleven 10 months ago +35

    A decided Wes Anderson feeling.

  • Saaliha Khan
    Saaliha Khan 10 months ago

    This seems pretty cool

  • Kryptek Dreamer
    Kryptek Dreamer 10 months ago

    I'm into this.

  • Emily Halpen Buie
    Emily Halpen Buie 10 months ago +5

    This reminds me of masterminds. The novel

  • HoiFlowerIsHere
    HoiFlowerIsHere 10 months ago +4


  • Yadira Laguerre
    Yadira Laguerre 10 months ago

    Looks fascinating.

  • Ashley Justice
    Ashley Justice 10 months ago +5

    I'd watch this. It looks good!

  • Jorma oy
    Jorma oy 10 months ago +3

    Young sheldon season 2

    • Jorma oy
      Jorma oy 10 months ago

      Looking like shit

  • g l b
    g l b 10 months ago +19

    I don't get the plot of this movie. Anyone care to explain?

    • g l b
      g l b 9 months ago +2

      Howdy ! Oh gee I hope that doesn't mean I'll grow up to be like my parents then (joke) Thanks!

    • Howdy !
      Howdy ! 10 months ago +35

      Seems to be the story of three adopted kids. Their new parents adopt them and attempt to raise them as the opposite to their birth parents. For example, one kid had scientist birth-parents, and tried to raise him as an artist. Another had stupid parents, tried to raise her as a smart person, the other had angry parents, tried to raise him as a peacemaker. They basically try to pull them away from growing up like their parents. It them seems that this doesn't work and the parents must take into mind that a child will grow to be who they are, and not what someone makes them. I haven't seen the movie but thats what I got from the trailer.

  • Cassy Wright
    Cassy Wright 10 months ago +2


  • insta musiclover69
    insta musiclover69 10 months ago +1

    2018 is gonna be a good year.

  • cardboard2night
    cardboard2night 10 months ago +25

    Is it based on real events? Because if it is then it's fucked up.

    • Madalena Barata
      Madalena Barata 10 months ago +3

      What I meant was that, out of everything they could've done, the 'logic' behind it wasn't 'fucked up'. They actually wanted these kids to have a better live outside of what would be expected of them. In my previous comment I mentioned David Reimer, that right there is a fucked up social experiment done without the knowledge or consent of the child and it destroyed his whole life.
      Again, the biological parents had to have given the couple their parental rights (as the children were adopted, minus one) and they genuinely loved them. You see in the trailer the couple is frustrated and upset when the scientist that 'monitor' the experiment want to take the children away when they don't show signs of being extraordinary.

    • cardboard2night
      cardboard2night 10 months ago +2

      Madalena Barata you do know that if something is worse it doesn't mean something isn't bad? I feel like performing a social experiment on a kid, that didn't give consent to it (and they could not) is fucked up...

    • Madalena Barata
      Madalena Barata 10 months ago +19

      There have been worse social experiments/scientific experiments performed on children (unwillingly or even unknowingly) for this to be considered 'fucked up'. What's the worst thing they could've possibly done to those children? For them to have the babies families had to have given consent, the children were raised in an actual home not an institution, they were not socially isolated from their peers (you see scenes in which they are at school) and the parents that raised them truly saw them as their own.
      Okay, yes, it's horrible they are looking to 'separate' the children from their 'roots' but c'mon, they're raising a girl to be smart, a boy to think outside of the box and be more artistic than them (the birth parents!) and another to control anger through pacifism.
      Have you heard about the Monster Study? Heard about David Reimer? Josef Mengele? Or even those sixtuplets who were raised like a freaking sideshow nearly their whole lives? Living with nurses and doctors inside a private institute never seeing the outside world until their parents got custody back?
      Those were truly fucked up experiments. If this film was based on real events no one should blink at it and be like, 'that's child abuse!' Nowadays you see parents raise their kids in front of cameras all the time, youtubers, bloggers, etc. You're about to see an entire generation of kids who have been watched their whole lives through cellphones and computers by people who judged, commented and 'advised' the parents on what they were doing/should be doing.
      This is literally something that's already happening upped to eleven. Parents raise their kids with the preconceived notion that they can 'shape' who they become in the future, these ones tried to 'change' genes (like that mattered overly much) into the complete opposite of what was expected of them, big deal...

  • Amethyst Graham
    Amethyst Graham 10 months ago +89

    why is it called birthmarked it's got nothing to do with birthmarks

    • Justin Lynn
      Justin Lynn 6 months ago +1

      Amethyst Graham came from a long line of dim witted individuals

    • Vuyolwethu Mtyapa
      Vuyolwethu Mtyapa 9 months ago +1

      You are amazing. I didn't even realise the Nature vs Nurture thing. That's literally one of my obsessions, I need to know which one shapes a person.

    • kstreet
      kstreet 10 months ago +8

      The kids in this are figuratively considered "marked" from "birth" with clear expectations for how the child will develop based on their genetics and family history (nature). But the parents want to raise (nurture) kids as an experiment to see if they can defy those expectations. The movie is clearly about how they learn you can't control everything, so there's no way to raise a child with guaranteed results. A life cannot be determined solely by nature or nurture-it's a mixture.

    • Madalena Barata
      Madalena Barata 10 months ago +21

      Not really, it's a play on words. You can't expect everyone to get it immediately. There's no reason to be rude to someone just because they didn't understood something.

    • Charne' Buis
      Charne' Buis 10 months ago

      Amethyst Graham you're stupid

  • Clara Kath
    Clara Kath 10 months ago +15

    ❤💔💓💕 Mathew Goode💖💞💗💝

  • Clara Kath
    Clara Kath 10 months ago +97

    I am highly looking forward to watching this movie.

  • Shanster Goodheart
    Shanster Goodheart 10 months ago +12

    Why am I excited to see this

    • Kube Dog
      Kube Dog 3 months ago

      The music gave you a boost. The movie is pretty lame...

  • Icaro Sousa
    Icaro Sousa 11 months ago +112

    it seems very good

    • Hot Lips
      Hot Lips 4 months ago

      It's not. It disturbingly sexualizes children!

  • Dragonghost777
    Dragonghost777 11 months ago +7