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  • It's still a kick to watch Kathleen Turner don a housedress and trade soothing pieties with Richard Chamberlain. The Perfect Family feels like it could have been more than that, but I suppose counting its blessings is the more Christian thing to do. show more

  • Renton's approach is, to its benefit, fair and never strident. But it's also gentle and cautious, often to a fault. show more

  • This debut feature by Anne Renton doesn't quite find the proper tone to convey its heartfelt message. show more

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