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September 13, 2013
R , 1 hr 51 min
2,422 Fan Ratings
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Synopsis: A mob family in the Witness Protection Program has trouble adjusting to a new home abroad.
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Robert De Niro
Giovanni Manzoni (aka Fred Blake)
Tommy Lee Jones
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By Rene Rodriguez
The Family is the rare breed of pitch-black comedy that effectively uses violence for laughs or gasps, depending on the situation.
By Peter Keough
Not known for subtlety, Besson gets the expected laughs, and then some. He also exercises an unwonted finesse, not only with the allusions,...
By Richard Roeper
This is a deliberately off-kilter, cheerfully violent, hit-and-miss effort with just enough moments of inspiration to warrant a...
By James Berardinelli
This isn't vintage De Niro but at least there's more substance here than in a lot of his other recent projects. Michelle Pfeiffer, who...
By David Hiltbrand
The Family is a film at once strange and intriguing. It can't seem to settle on a tone. The early eruptions of violence are treated as...
It’s a sadistic comedy, both in bloodshed and groan-worthy gags.
By Peter Travers
Robert De Niro – wait for it – in the role of a mobster. Now there's an original idea.
By Roger Moore
Besson aims his movie at anyone who’s ever held a grudge at an ill-mannered French waiter or clerk (haughty, and by the way, they’d NEVER...
By Claudia Puig
The Family is a fish-out-of-water/buddy comedy/Mob flick. But most of all, it's a missed opportunity.
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By Stephen Farber
Their inside jape is unfortunately not as much fun for the audience as it may have been for the filmmakers, though it does have its piquant...
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Rated R | For Language, Brief Sexuality and Violence
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Common Sense Media says Iffy for 15+
Funny but imperfect mob comedy has violence, language.
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