Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day Synopsis
Alexander (Ed Oxenbould) experiences the most terrible and horrible day of his young life—and soon learns that he’s not alone when his mom (Jennifer Garner), dad (Steve Carell), brother (Dylan Minnette) and sister (Kerris Dorsey) all find themselves...
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Movie Reviews

Thoroughly enjoyed Alexander!

By evandor3208
Really enjoyed seeing this movie. You can take your entire family to see it and Alexander doesn't make you want to cringe every time there are inappropriate scenes. Steve Carrel and Jennifer Garner ...

Funny Family Movie

By janetkerley
Funny, uplifting family movie. Probably most appealing to age 10 and up. It's too bad the trailers showed all of the funny parts. When will Hollywood learn to leave something to surprise us?...

By brianbrown86
very funny movie. would recommend seeing it with the entire family....

Fun for alll!

By tedandwendymanning
We thoroughly enjoyed this movie. Hope there is a sequel!...


By sistailich
I took my 7 1/.2 year old daughter to a screening of this and have to say, it was absolutely adorable! Good for the whole family at any age :)...

Some funny parts, but too crude at times

By colin554
Had promise, but stepped over the line too much to be endearing. Often Disney movies are worth repeat viewing, and we will go again to loop in cousins and friends in on the experience. not so with...

Hilarious movie for the whole family

By gatorandredraidr
Two moms and five boys went to this movie. We were all hysterically belly laughing. Very funny,innocent movie. Steve Carrell is always great and still is in this movie....

Fun family adventure

By delriocory
My family really enjoyed this movie....


By manuelarechiga75
I went to the theaters with my family and we had a great time! 10/10...

Fun for the Whole Family

By tntmorse61
We watched this movie with the whole family - elementary, middle school, and high school ages. Everyone had a great laugh!!!...

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Rated PG | For Some Reckless Behavior, Rude Humor and Language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Sweet book-based comedy has great family messages.
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