The Kids Are All Right

The Kids Are All Right

Two women, Nic and Jules, brought a son and daughter into the world through artificial insemination. When one of their children reaches age, both kids go behind their mothers' backs to meet with the donor. Life becomes so much more interesting when the father, two mothers and children start to become attached to each other.

Nic and Junes are a married lesbian couple living with their two children in Los Angeles. The children want to find their biological father and want him to join their family after being impressed by his lifestyle. The three parents, Nic, Junes and Paul, compete with each other to effect their children decisions. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Dick R (es) wrote: Just awful, and worst of all (SPOILER) it ends with "To Be Continued." Are you kidding me?

David M (gb) wrote: I really like the idea if only it was executed a little better. It felt like the murders were too slow, and when tey came, went by too fast. Still, its an original idea that keeps you interested throughout the movie. Only other complaint is that the ending wasn't good at all. ITs like they gave up and stopped writing.

AZ D (ag) wrote: A surprisingly good low budget underground fighting film!! It's been a while since the genre had something worth watching and much like Van Damme's "Lionheart" it definitely has a good plot to go with the action. The movie gives brief biographies of the fighters and their financial supporters which makes it much more interesting than the usual "chop socky". The fighting sequences are quite raw and at times slow like an exhibition fight but quite effective and entertaining. It also has an unexpected final winner of the tournament which catches you off-guard. If you are an avid fan of the genre you'll be quite pleased with the film!!

Nikki M (kr) wrote: Starts off with promise, but continues at a very quiet pace. Cate is, of course, great. And cute as a button bald.

Noah G (gb) wrote: This movie gets working in an office so right that it's painful. Seriously, watching it you feel like you're at work...

Gregory W (jp) wrote: good drama best pic nominee

James H (ru) wrote: 77/100. A fine film, but it lacks that something extra to make it great. It is notable for the fact that Bette davis' character is rather subdued, something she is not known for. It's also uncommon to have other stars outshine her - Paul Muni as always is terrific, John Garfield and Claude Rains are great and Brian Aherne turns in the best performance of them all. It starts out better than it finishes. Great production values.

Tommy H (ag) wrote: It's crazy that a genre that sounds as boring as submarine war movie are some of the best war movies out there. Crimson Tide has a lot of dramatic action but not much physical. Lots of running around and screaming at each other. The strength of the film comes from the power struggle and all the well-timed tough decisions people have to make. I didn't care about the plot or what decision people made, it was more the passion of the moment and the suspense that made the action compelling. The exchanging of power gets a little redundant but not tiresome. They bring the fighting to an end before it reaches overkill. My only problem is with some of the acting. I see this a lot in modern day war movies. When men team up and they say things and look at each other in a way to show respect and that they'll be loyal, it sometimes comes off as too forced and unnatural. I've never been in a situation where I had to team up with someone and I got all emotional and noble in a self-contained way; maybe showing that much affection is realistic. I don't know. I do like it in black & white movies because it's hard to appreciate black & white movies if you don't like dramatic sentimentality. All the actors were good, though. And it was interesting to know Tony Soprano worked on a submarine before joining the mob.

Jason C (es) wrote: Interesting idea just poorly executed. Disappointing conclusion.

Jeffrey A (kr) wrote: Pretty Decent movie, cool storyline.