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Everybody's Fine
     

Everybody's Fine

4.2 5
Director: Kirk Jones, Robert De Niro, Kate Beckinsale, Drew Barrymore

Cast: Kirk Jones, Robert De Niro, Kate Beckinsale, Drew Barrymore

 

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Widower Frank Goode has had to make plenty of adjustments since losing his wife about a year ago, but maybe the hardest one has been maintaining his relationships with his four adult children. It would seem that Frank's wife was the glue who held the family together, and when all of the kids bug out on a planned visit home, he decides to set out on a trip around the

Overview

Widower Frank Goode has had to make plenty of adjustments since losing his wife about a year ago, but maybe the hardest one has been maintaining his relationships with his four adult children. It would seem that Frank's wife was the glue who held the family together, and when all of the kids bug out on a planned visit home, he decides to set out on a trip around the country, dropping in on each of their lives in order to help put things right. But their relationships aren't as simple as they once seemed, and Frank's paternal intuition is telling him that his sons and daughters are hiding something from him - and if the Goodes want to become the family they once were, the truth will have to come out before Frank returns home.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/15/2011
UPC:
0031398137412
Original Release:
2009
Source:
Miramax Lionsgate
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time:
1:40:00
Sales rank:
27,807

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Robert De Niro Frank
Kate Beckinsale Amy
Drew Barrymore Rosie
Sam Rockwell Robert
Lucien Maisel Jack
Damian Young Jeff
James Frain Tom
Melissa Leo Colleen
Katherine Moennig Jilly
Brendan Sexton Mugger
James Murtaugh Dr. Ed
Austin Lysy David
Chandler Frantz Young David
Lily Mo Sheen Young Amy
Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick Young Robert
Mackenzie Milone Young Rosie
Kene Holliday Butcher
E.J. Carroll Wine Man
Lou Carbonneau BBQ Salesman
Mandell Butler Delivery Man
Caroline Clay Amtrak Ticket Agent
Katy Grenfell Young Woman on 1st Train
Lynn Cohen Old Woman on 1st Train
Jayne Houdyshell Alice
William J. Slinsky Man on Platform
Kelly McAndrew Hooker
Jason Harris Cab Rider #1
Julian Rebolledo Cab Rider #2
Ben Liff Young Man in Diner #1 (94 years)
Harvey Liff Young Man in Diner #2 (86 years)
Lynn Blades Anchorwoman
Kevin Collins Anchorman
Patricia Phillips NY Woman on Street
Kevin Mitchell Martin Man on Bus
Ben Schwartz Writer
Debargo Sanyal Art Director
Scott Cohen Music Conductor
Jackie Cronin Booking Office Lady
Erika Boseski Female Orchestra Member
Allie Woods Greyhound Station Assistant
Sonja Stuart Jean Goode
Mimi Lieber Voice of Jean Goode
Ethan Munsch Baby Max
Harrison Munsch Baby Max
Kira Visser Flight Attendant
Mattie Hawkinson Art Gallery Girl
Kirk "Sticky Fingaz" Jones Actor

Technical Credits
Kirk Jones Director,Screenwriter
Kerry Barden Casting
Drew Boughton Art Director
Henry Braham Cinematographer
Aude Bronson-Howard Costumes/Costume Designer
Ted Field Producer
Craig Flores Executive Producer
Glenn Freemantle Sound/Sound Designer
Alexander H. Gayner Asst. Director
Vittorio Cecchi Gori Producer
Callum Greene Executive Producer
Andrew Jackness Production Designer
Dario Marianelli Score Composer
Paul McCartney Songwriter
Andrew Mondshein Editor
Glynis Murray Producer
Gianni Nunnari Producer
Nathalie Peter-Contesse Co-producer
Joe Rosenberg Executive Producer
Paul Schnee Casting
Meir Teper Executive Producer
Mike Weber Executive Producer
Carla White Makeup

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Everybody's Fine
1. Preparation [:00]
2. A Million Feet of Wire [:00]
3. David [:00]
4. Frank the Pro [:02]
5. Bad Timing [:00]
6. The Pitch [:00]
7. Frank the Fish [7:26]
8. Make Your Dad Proud [5:45]
9. Charity [5:55]
10. Welcome to Vegas, Dad [6:13]
11. A Good Father [5:45]
12. A Storm [4:26]
13. It's Not Your Fault [3:06]
14. David's Work [12:15]
15. Family Holiday [5:39]
16. End Credits [6:44]

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Everybody's Fine 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found this movie to be very poignant and emotional. For anybody that has parents or siblings. A real eye opener. I think this story happens in many American families.
llamamia More than 1 year ago
This movie is right on target when it comes to capturing family relationships. Most everyone has experienced the consequences of trying to protect a loved one by either keeping the truth from them or telling only half-truths. I loved the subtle humor & the look at lives from different perspectives...especially those between parent & offspring. Robert DeNiro appears so "real" in this film that it doesn't even seem like he's acting. Highly recommended!
Janice47 More than 1 year ago
This is a must see film. There is so much wisdom, hidden sometimes within. There are common threads throughout that we all experience in one or more ways & can learn from. This movie calls up real life. Funny, sad, lighthearted & serious. I rarely purchase a film I've already have seen but this one I will buy. It's a keeper for sure. I didn't know Robert De Niro acted in movies such as this one. I hope he does more real life ones. For me this is a film with a purpose, a good purpose.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
EGHunter01 More than 1 year ago
A favorable review: this is a good first step to family therapy. Everybody's Fine with Robert De Niro, Drew Barrymore, Kate Beckinsale, and Sam Rockwell is a tale were Frank Goode wants to spend a little quality time with his adult children, therefore he plans a family reunion but at the last minute each of his children cancel on him. He decides to make surprise visits to each of them and what he learns on each "surprise" visit is a surprise to him. He learns the truth and he must deal with what he learns. This is a tale of a family learning to be real with each other. "Strong language" aka "potty mouth syndrome" in this DVD is not appropriate for children. The storyline has many adult situations discussed in it. *This DVD is heart-warming. *There are some sad, touching moments. *It is good for pondering family relationships.