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December 25, 2013
R , 1 hr 59 min
3,196 Fan Ratings
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Synopsis: The dark, hilarious and deeply touching story of the strong-willed women of the Weston family, whose lives have diverged until a family crisis brings them back to the Midwest house they grew up in, and to the dysfunctional woman who raised them.
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By Scott Foundas
This two-ton prestige pic won’t win the hearts of highbrow critics or those averse to door-slamming, plate-smashing, top-of-the-lungs...
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
By Joe Williams
For those who appreciate fiery dialogue delivered by fine actors, August: Osage County is heaven-sent.
By Tim Robey
A vastly enjoyable theatrical banquet, if perhaps not a profound one, is served up in a bit of a rush here, as if they can't wait to get...
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By Joe Morgenstern
Family dysfunction has seldom been as flamboyant—or notable for its performances and flow of language—as it is in this screen version of...
By Connie Ogle
August: Osage County is easier to watch on screen, and maybe for that we should be grateful.
By Ty Burr
So, no, August: Osage County isn’t all that original, and sometimes it’s just a lot of yelling. But it does rouse itself to a powerful fury...
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By Rex Reed
The brilliant screenplay by Mr. Letts sets up the narrative story of the Weston clan in a carefully constructed series of episodes in which...
By Susan Wloszczyna
If the boozy epic confrontations of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" or "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" are your definition of a good time, then...
By Eric Kohn
A distinctly uneven but imminently watchable theatrical showcase in which cinematic and stagy devices go head to head with no clear winner.
By Richard Corliss
It’s Roberts’ deepest, strongest, liveliest film work.
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Excellent acting and cast - very dark and language throughout
I love Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts so I was really excited to see this movie. The acting and talent in the movie was superb but I didn't realize how dark, confrontational and how deeply it would...
One of the worst movies I have ever seen.
For the life of me, I cannot understand how people could think the acting was good. Maryl Streep overacts so much, I was embarrassed for her. The story is totally contrived, purely for shock value,...
Do not see this film! Or, at least wait until it's shown on cable
Unless you like to be the voyeur peering in through the window at the disintegration of an extraordinarily dysfunctional family, I would give this a pass. Granted, Meryl Streep was delightfully mean...
Tough, tough movie... but great acting
This is a brutal family epic, full of almost unbelievable dysfunctionality. But Meryl Streep deserved (should have gotten) the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance as the bitter,...
Great Performances By All Of The Cast
Twists and turns in the plot make this movie about a dysfunctional Oklahoma family so compelling. The acting was first rate. If you are offended by adult language and themes, this isn't the movie...
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Rated R | For Language, Drug Material and Sexual References
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Common Sense Media says Pause for kids 16 & under
Affecting but exhausting dysfunctional-family drama.
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