The Family Tree (2011)

R   |    |  Comedy, Drama


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A mother and wife stricken with memory loss allows a dysfunctional family a second chance at harmony and happiness.


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  • Dermot Mulroney and Hope Davis in The Family Tree (2011)
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  • Dermot Mulroney and Hope Davis in The Family Tree (2011)
  • Shad Moss in The Family Tree (2011)
  • Hope Davis in The Family Tree (2011)

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22 August 2011 | featherfig
Great little dark comedy
This movie is a pleasant surprise, with a great cast and a "Twin Peaks" sense of weirdness underneath the veneer of suburbia. Hope Davis is a bored, bitchy housewife who pours her energy into fund raisers for ridiculous causes and a kinky affair with her neighbor. Her daughter is the school slut, her son is a mixed up Jesus freak misfit with an unexpected gift for target shooting and her husband, Dermot Mulroney, is in a dead end job trying to please a boss he hates. It all turns into a crazy do-over when wifey hits her head during one of her sexual escapades and wakes up with amnesia. Gang bangers, a football star literally caught with his pants down and a dope smoking priest (played to the hilt by Keith Carradine)all figure in to a madcap climax. "Family Tree" is a gem, don't miss it.

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Release Date:

26 August 2011

Language

English


Country of Origin

Australia, USA

Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$3,658 28 August 2011

Gross USA:

$6,035

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$6,035

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