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The Family Stone

Rated PG-13 for some sexual content including dialogue, and drug references..

PG-13 103min.
 
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A woman meets her future in-laws and discovers they don't much care for her in this comedy from writer and director Thomas Bezucha. Everett Stone (Dermot Mulroney) is a successful young businessman who is dating Meredith Morton (Sarah Jessica ... Read More
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Julie Morton
Sybil Stone
Amy Stone
Everett Stone
Kelly Stone
Meredith Morton
Ben Stone
Thad Stone
Patrick Thomas
Susannah Stone Trousdale
Director
September 20, 2010
Believe13104
A horribly awful movie. It was not only awkward but completely useless. It had no meaning and Sarah Jessica Parker was the WORST! Awkward, horrible movie to skip. Well, actually see it and write a truthful review because these others that say see it aren't truthful.
March 04, 2010
Shputnik3
I loved this movie. I was crying so hard at the end, I couldn't actually leave the theatre until about 5 minutes after the credits had rolled. It's a perfectly weighted, beautifully filmed, well told story.
December 20, 2009
HOCKIBABE
I LOVED this movie...Keaton & Nelson were fabulous and the girl who played Amy was fantastic....I don't know what it is but people like SJP and J.Aniston (I know JA wasn't in family stone) but they are just NOT believable in movie's....nothing is wrong with the small screen. As far as the big screen, it ain't working

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