Every Day (2010)
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Helen Hunt, Liev Schreiber, Brian Dennehy, Eddie Izzard and Carla Gugino star in EVERY DAY, a story about a family's struggle to survive life's curve-balls that ultimately bring out the best and worst in us and make us closer. Ned is a television writer on a seedy drama whose life is turned upside down when his wife's estranged father moves in with their family. EVERY DAY is an honest look at an ordinary family making it through life's challenges together. --© Official Site
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Mar 8, 2011
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It's a recognizable situation that should be easy to sympathize with. Yet the movie makes it hard for most of us to recognize ourselves in this couple or sympathize with their struggles.
Real life isn't choreographed for maximum impact, it's messy and unpredictable. At its best, so is "Every Day."
A 42-minute TV soap has more story than this limp and familiar tale of domestic woe.
Very well written and acted, Every Day feels like a glorified television drama softened with comic and surreal trimmings, with a mildly upbeat ending appended.
What makes this intriguing, yet woefully uneven film so relatable is that there is nothing about Ned's experience that seems extreme.
There's something oddly remote about Every Day, which plays like a double-wide version of a perfectly acceptable Showtime pilot. [Blu-ray]
Seems like a first draft that piles up the characters and their issues without assembling them into a dramatic whole. Someone was in a rush to get the cameras rolling.
Writer-Director Richard Levine was one of the minds behind Nip/Tuck, so it's not surprising that his debut feature film is branded with the television medium's worst impulses.
Low-suds soap opera about the trendy "sandwich generation" travails of a hip, well-off New York family.
A film of pleasantly half-sketched domestic noodling that comes across as inconsequential because it never really tries to bring substantive conflict to the fore.
Auds will be wise to the contrived metaphors and realize there's not much going on below the surface except stock discourse.
An unrelentingly depressing drama about a family drenched in disappointment, despair, anger, and loneliness.
Whether it is dealing with difficult family members, difficult co-workers, or life in general, Every Day tells a story for nearly everyone.
Swims in mock profundity and has the feel of a movie made specifically for a forgiving festival audience.
Schreiber approaches the role with a seriousness that lacks joy or any other colorful inflection, as if every second of his character's life, even the pleasurable ones, is weighing on him like an albatross.
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