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Current Rating: 3.90

Current Rating: 3.90

based on 1802 votes and 76 reviews

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  • 5 stars simply awesome. if you don't like this movie you are more then likely broken on the inside!!
  • 1 stars It felt like a made for TV movie. I was expecting a lot better.
  • 1 stars Possibly the worst movie I've ever seen. Imagine spending two hours with the most annoying and irritating people you know and you have a sense of what this insipid and contrived garbage is like. It should be banned under the Geneva Conventions against torture.
  • I absolutely love this movie. So good my family watches it every year at christmas. We laugh some cry soooo good.
  • I can not say enough about this movie. I truly enjoyed watching it. I lauged cryed and cheered for them it was so funny and touching 5 enthusiastic stars.
  • Strictly for fans of the genre, otherwise beware.
  • never heard of this movie until it showed up on TMN. it was however an entertaining 'people movie' which i normal have little interest. Rachel McAdams in her limited role was a treat to watch. She has TALENT, that girl, greatly underrated i think!
  • the movie was great, even though Rachel appeared in the movie, it was Diane Keaton who I enjoy watching, she doesn't get the recognization that many actresses get.
  • I looooove this movie it`s thee best & if you haven`t seen it yet you`re missing out on a great movie!
  • LOVE this movie, well acted and touching story about a `real` family! also some great comic moments! 5*s

The Family Stone

Genre:  Comedy , Drama , Romance | Running Time:  103 min.
Release date:  December 16, 2005 | On DVD/VOD:  May 2, 2006

Current rating: Rating: 3.90
based on 1802 votes and 76 reviews
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Cast: Dermot Mulroney, Claire Danes, Diane Keaton, Sarah Jessica Parker, Luke Wilson, Rachel McAdams, Craig T. Nelson, Ty Giordano