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You Can Count on Me

Rated R for language, some drug use and a scene of sexuality.

R 109min.
 
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Kenneth Lonergan, the co-screenwriter for Analyze This (1999), makes his directorial debut with this sensitive portrait of a pair of grown siblings. Sammy and Terry Prescott (Laura Linney and Mark Ruffalo) were orphaned as children after their ... Read More
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May 01, 2010
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Very Good movie about relationships. Well acted, nicely paced, and entertaining.

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