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Family Weekend

(2013)

Rated R for some sexual content and brief drug use.

R In Theaters 03/29/2013 , 96min.
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35%
Critic score based on 7 reviews

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September 07, 2013
loriroosen
Loved this movie !! Cracked me up !! No clue what movie the supposed critics watched but I figure they fastforwarded through the whole movie and missed what it was all about.
April 27, 2013
ktchntbl
SUPER FLICK !! I totally agree with jbw620. As usual, the critics do not know jack. For anyone over 14, this is a great fun family movie that at the end will leave everyone with a big smile and their toe tapping. Buy the DVD or see it on VOD. It will make your \"family weekend\" great.
April 25, 2013
jbw620
screw the critics-see this movie. family and loyalty, not individuality is what we've lost in this technological world we live in. this is a good movie because it makes you feel for each of the characters (except grandma).

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Andy Webster
The New York Times
This belabored comedy, directed by Benjamin Epps, has a slick visual veneer and some capable performances, especially by Ms. Rulin and Ms. King. But the script, by Matt K. Turner, is loaded with contradictions, its hollow flirtation with subversion amount to airplane pablum. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Family Weekend is the kind of dark-for-dark's sake, wannabe quirkfest that proves indie films can be just as clichéd and vapid as the most soulless Hollywood movies. Full Review
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
Despite the promise Epps and Turner show in their film’s finest moments, we’re still talking about a movie that tries to wring jokes from puppet therapy. Full Review
Farran Smith Nehme
New York Post
For a long while, director Benjamin Epps goes for breakneck farce; at its best, this is a batty mixture of family-values editorial and teen spoof. Full Review
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
Although Rulin displays a compelling neurotic edge as the driven Emily, Chenoweth and Modine are unable to breathe much life into their schematic roles, while the supporting players are basically saddled with conveying a compendium of quirks. Full Review

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