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Esteban G (ru) wrote: "If a family doesn't stick together, sometimes you have to use a little tape."Family Weekend is a small indie comedy that didn't receive much attention after its limited release and I can understand why. This isn't a good film and I shouldn't have liked it as much as I did, but to be honest I did laugh during several scenes and it had one of those feel good endings that leave you with a smile on your face. The real reason why I'm giving this film a passing grade is because I really enjoyed the lead performance from Olesya Rulin and the supporting role from the young Joey King who was hilarious. This is the fourth film I've seen her in this year (the others being The Conjuring, Oz: The Great and Powerful, and White House Down) and this was her best role by far. Family Weekend is worth watching even if it's for her performance alone because she was just hysterical. I was going to describe this as a family film, but after seeing that it got an R rating I can understand why because it does take some dark turns. At first I thought this was going to be some sort of remake of House Arrest, and despite borrowing a similar premise, screenwriter Matt Turner kind of gives it its own spin. I do have to say however that some of the characters in this film are extremely unlikable (especially the mother played Kristin Chenoweth) and almost took me out of the film. Director Benjamin Epps could have used a stronger script, but overall his film had its entertaining moments despite being unbalanced and a bit overlong. Family Weekend is a formulaic comedy that does take some unpredictable and dark turns at times, and I actually ended up enjoying this. Emily (Olesya Rulin) is an uptight 16 year old girl who is passionate about jump-roping and after winning a competition at regionals she is disappointed that no one from her family shows up. When she gets home we meet them while she confronts each one for not going to cheer her. First there is her younger sister, Lucinda (Joey King), who is obsessed with acting and is currently playing the Jodie Foster role from Taxi Driver. Then there is her artistic father, Duncan (Matthew Modine), who is working on a painting and is so self absorbed by it that he had no idea that she was competing. Her brother, Jackson (Eddie Hassell) is also trying to become an artist like his father trying to find his way. Then there is her younger brother Mickey (Robbie Tucker) who is obsessed with animals and is always citing trivial things about them. Finally we are introduced to Emily's mother, Samantha (Kristin Chenoweth), who is an uptight businesswoman. Everyone seems so disconnected from each other and self absorbed, so Emily decides that an intervention needs to take place. She drugs her parents and ties them up in their home like hostages because she feels it's the only way she can get through to them. This is where the insanity ensues as she tries to fix her dysfunctional family.Dealing with dysfunctional families has sort of become a trend in Hollywood and it isn't unfamiliar territory. We've seen some of these characters before in other films and the film does fall into generic cliches at times. Family Weekend still remains fresh thanks to the performances from the young cast, and it also happens to have some heart. The scenery in this film is gorgeous and the house where most of the story takes place also looks really good, so this is a pretty nice film to look at. It does feel unbalanced at times and the characters are hard to like, but overall we get through some of these unbalanced moments thanks to some comedic relief coming mostly from Joey King. Some of the familiar roles she plays in this film from highly acclaimed movies were the highlight for me. Rulin was also great in this film and I will be looking forward to what she does next. She truly was a freak queen here. The film does try to explore some deep issues during some dramatic turns although only scratching the surface and then continuing to return to the classic comedic elements. I had a good time although I admit I'm on the minority here and I fully understand why.

Colton D (mx) wrote: This film has the impression of being very personal to the director, while not connecting personally with the audience. The visual style is striking, and the story is always interesting, but I didn't feel much. As I think about the film, Fellini's 8 1/2 keeps coming to mind.

Daniel P (br) wrote: Unfortunately, spectacular acting by John Malkovich can't save this film from itself and its hackneyed plot; there are some great moments but as a whole, it just didn't hold my interest, and I couldn't invest in the adolescent protagonist or his mother. No stakes - a wasted performance.

Dustin B (au) wrote: JT's best movie hands down. I completely forgot he was a singer when I watched this is how believable he was.

Beth W (nl) wrote: This movie is hilarious! Some really bad acting and annoying characters. Like every camp slasher ever, I gotta wonder how these old ass kids who smoke, drink, and fornicate end up at these summer camps. Where I am from, the age limit is like 12 or something, there's no 17 year old campers, they are called counselors! Ronny and Ricky are back and it's hard to say who is a worse actor but it's nice to see them again. The main bullied character is a big bully himself and while you do feel some pity for him, it's tinged heavily with disgust. Also starring Chef from South Park and "Big Pussy" from the Sopranos(the annoying kid even calls him a "big pussy"). What this movie has going for it most is the kill scenes. Truly cringe worthy and creative just like all of the Sleepaway camp films. Oh and the ending may remind you of the original, not as cool or effective but still pretty sweet!

Nicolas B (ru) wrote: Not sure why, but I found this to be very interesting. I wouldn't consider Alison Lohmans acting good, but she isn't 'badly miscast'. Maybe this is just because she is goddamn gorgeous.Also Kevin Bacon is the perfect pervert (lol).

Justin B (ag) wrote: Though its qualities in present day are hard to pinpoint, it's a fascinatingly nostalgic looking glass into a different time and culture.

Dave J (ag) wrote: Wednesday, June 20, 2012 (1963) PT 109 WAR If I was 8 years old, this film would've been a masterpiece since upon watching it is like a recruitment video but to watch it as an adult it's very artificially polished, clean cut and stagey recurring John F. Kennedy while in the military before being marooned at a desolated island in the last 30 minutes(supervised accordingly to the credits by Jack Warner studio head of Warner Brothers). They're scenes that're almost propogandish like the bomb attack from Japanese fighter jets on an island and the deaths number is never spoken about or serious casaulties, or when the Japanese battleship crashes through the PT in half and everone on board survives is too far fetch and inaccurate. They're obviously two types of war movies, one that're like this one, that're superficially pretentious and exciting portraying soldiers as rather valiant and noble with examples to most John Wayne war films particularly "Green Berets", "PT 109" and "They Were Expendables", and then they're the second kind, like "Saving Private Ryan", "Enemy At The Gates" and "Full Metal Jacket" to name a few where war is depicted as being fascinatingly ugly. 2 out of 4

Steven V (us) wrote: Great Movie- Cary Grant was impeccable as always

Carlos G (nl) wrote: At times it's racing with action and adrenaline but mostly boring and bad accents.

intuciic (ca) wrote: fantastic Eddie Murphy movie!!!! :)