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The Family Stone
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The Family Stone 2005

The Stone family unites in common cause when their favorite son brings his uptight girlfriend home for the Christmas holiday, with plans of proposing. Overwhelmed by the hostile reception, she begs her sister to join her for emotional support, triggering further complications. (read more)

Release Date:December 16th, 2005
MPAA Rating:PG-13
Running Time:103 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsThomas Bezucha
Written By:
No image existsThomas Bezucha
Claire DanesClaire Danes
Diane KeatonDiane Keaton
Rachel McAdamsRachel McAdams
Dermot MulroneyDermot Mulroney
Craig T. NelsonCraig T. Nelson
Sarah Jessica ParkerSarah Jessica Parker
No image existsPaul Schneider
Luke WilsonLuke Wilson
Elizabeth ReaserElizabeth Reaser
No image existsBrian J. White
No image existsTyrone Giordano

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The Family Stone Movie Review by Zara (4/6/2007)

The hook of this movie was that Sarah Jessica Parker was going to be able to play an uptight b*tch who gets her comeuppance from a family of laid back cool people. At least, that's the way that they marketed this film.

So, removing the star power from the film and just looking at it like a family in front of me, I have to...

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The Family Stone Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (3/5/2007)

Ah, the holidays. The time for me to digest as many films as possible before obsessing about award's season. A time for me to visit my insane family and remind myself that yes, I do act like that. A time to laugh, a time to cry, and most certainly a time for a good dysfunctional family film to make me feel better about...

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The Family Stone Movie Review by Tony (5/14/2006)

THE FAMILY STONE follows the rule that any and every family in a Hollywood film must be dysfunctional, fight often, and be full of crazy, yet lovable eccentrics. Normality need not apply. It is not wanted or needed. We want wackos, goofs, oddballs, and enough dysfunction to fill up a week long series on JERRY SPRINGER....

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The Family Stone Movie Review by Christina (4/23/2006)

This is an okay movie, it's basically your typical love story and it's very predictable. I went into this movie expecting a comedy but there is some pretty heavy drama in this as well. The acting is done well and it's good to see Sarah Jessica Parker in a new movie. Even though this film wasn't what I expected it was still...

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The Family Stone Movie Review by Max (4/15/2006)

Sometimes directors don't get a chance to prove they are "worthy" of Hollywood, but Thomas Buzucha hasn't directed since Big Eden back in 2000. In this case, he hasn't had much experience in directing, but it seems when he does, he succeeds in making a good film. The Family Stone is a tame comedy, but heavy drama, that...

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