Every Day

Every Day

DVD - 2011
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Ned is a loving husband and devoted father dealing with life's curveballs. He's got a stressed-out wife, an independent teenage son, and an embittered father-in-law who's turning his home upside down. Ned's job writing a scandalous TV series for a demanding boss is unfulfilling, and late night rewrites with a sexy co-worker might just push him over the deep end.
Publisher: Chatsworth, CA : Image Entertainment, c2011
Edition: Widescreen
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (93 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Alternative Title: Everyday

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madison382 Jul 18, 2015

Really good movie, but for a more mature audience, family dynamics was really great.

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Mommie_B_KCLS
Feb 14, 2014

This is an extremely boring movie. It moves slow and nothing at all has any impact because so little happens. Nothing made me crack a smile or giggle. Nothing was shocking or dramatic. I could not watch the entire movie so I scanned through the scenes. I was very disappointed, with Helen Hunt and the entire cast.

jmmason Oct 01, 2012

Despite a stellar cast this is a very mediocre movie about a New York family. Dad is having an affair at work (ho hum). Mom is taking care of her ailing, grouchy father (ho hum). The one, bright shining star of this film is Ezra Miller who plays a well-adjusted gay teen. He is the only reason to see this movie.

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neonkc
Sep 04, 2012

very good

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Bookworm39
Jul 31, 2012

Wonderful movie. Very true to life in every aspect. All the actors in this were totally great. I am sure everyone in today's society can relate to some part of this story. One of the best movies I have seen in ages.

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chuckamundo
Jul 24, 2012

Wow, after watching this movie had a feeling it was based on a true life story and it was the / a movie directors life situation. Are some movie directors / writers / producers THAT BRAINDEAD for ideas!? Come on guys, ya ya ya, same ol same ol, life is tragic at times. This is NOT entertainment so PLEASE DO NOT promote it unless you need to get a life. For the price of a movie ticket / blue-ray disk / dvd-disk let them do a lot more value-for-the-money than this. Sad these professional actors stoop to this level of work.

happygirl15 Jun 24, 2012

Lovely little movie: well put together, well scripted, good acting. No great messages or social commentary, but updated story for today about imperfect people living imperfect lives and even though they do some dumb things they are still committed to each other. The beauty of it is that its done so nicely that you come away feeling good and I can recommend this for 17 through seniors (unless you're a religious zealot, hate gays, or are seriously judgemental about people making mistakes). Enjoy!

easyrider Aug 10, 2011

Great movie! This movie had good acting and the story line was totally believable. It deals with the realities of life in a "normal" American family household. It doesn't sugar coat a family dealing with an elderly parent who is ill and can no longer take care of himself. It doesn't sugar coat the stresses associated with that situation and dealing with kids, jobs and lack of intimacy in the bedroom.

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darlenestrom
Jul 25, 2011

Since when did this gross type of writing that the main character does become so acceptable. And
abetting a teenage son's homosexual activity, for that matter! Skip this one - not even good entertainment.

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golfprofrank
May 11, 2011

The movie was not that good. Pretty slow, boring at times, and Helen Hunt played an unhappy, stressed out housewife with an invalid father, gay son in high school, and another boy in grade school who played the violin. Thats about the whole story.

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