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After the death of her cranky grandfather (Rip Torn), Kate (Zooey Deschanel) arrives in Rhode Island to deliver the eulogy at his funeral. While she struggles to think of something nice to say, her family begins fighting. Kate's father, Daniel (Hank Azaria), secretly works in pornography, while her mother, Lucy (Kelly Preston), has come out of the closet, outraging Lucy's sister, Alice (Debra Winger). As secrets emerge, Kate fights her attraction to ex-boyfriend Ryan (Jesse Bradford).

Cast & Crew

Hank Azaria
Daniel Collins
Jesse Bradford
Ryan Carmichael
Zooey Deschanel
Kate Collins
Famke Janssen
Judy Arnolds
Piper Laurie
Grandma Collins
Kelly Preston
Lucy Collins
Ray Romano
Skip Collins
Rip Torn
Grandpa Collins
Debra Winger
Alice Collins
Shelly Glasser
Executive Producer
Richard Marvin
Original Music
Michael Chapman
Cinematographer
Dina Lipton
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Critic Reviews for Eulogy

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  • Oct 07, 2018
    The ensemble cast tries hard with the material and raises this above the average comedy film it would have been. The funeral scene has to be one of the funniest parts of the film, it is carefully orchestrated and hits every beat. The love story with Zooey Deschanel and Jesse Bradford feels very forced and wastes time better off spent with the family. I enjoyed the film for its indie roots and that it refuses to fall into the cliché pitfall. The cast plays well together and I'm shocked how many character actors they were able to convince to act in this film. Not for everyone but it definitely is worth your time if you enjoy a large cast that does not follow the Hollywood template. 07/10/2018.
    Brendan N Super Reviewer
  • Oct 16, 2011
    A dysfunctional family gathers for the patriarch's funeral. With the characters' convoluted plotlines, even a trite voice over and an awkward framing narrative can't save this film. By the time I figured out who wanted what, who was related in to whom, and what the histories of all of these relationships were, I realized I didn't care about this people and they didn't care about each other. I liked Zooey Deschanel's performance; she seemed at home in the awkwardness, realizing that understatement is key to this kind of comedy. Ray Romano's goofy mustache makes it impossible to take him seriously even in his more dramatic scenes. Overall, this dramedy isn't a waste of time, but it's close.
    Jim H Super Reviewer
  • May 28, 2011
    Eulogy is one bizarre comedy that brings a lot of laughs. When the patriarch of a dysfunctional family passes on, his family gets together in the same house the funeral and all hell breaks loose. With Eulogy you have a wonderful cast that are all funny in their own way. Eulogy is one of the most original comedies to come along in a while. Eulogy has a terrific cast of well known actors such as Hank Azaria (The Simpsons) and Ray Romano (Everybody loves Raymond) Eulogy takes a sad event and makes it funny. Very funny in fact. This is actually one wacked out comedy film, and I enjoyed every minute of it. The cast did a great job and the story was just so much fun, a dysfunctional family are forced to be together to bury their father and grandfather. What could go wrong? well, everything. it's such a hilarious ride that you can't get bored. At times the film is uneven, but considering the cast involved, Eulogy is a terrific comedy that has more highs than lows. The jokes are great and theres plenty of good scenes. One things for sure, the family in the film have a strange way of being bereaved. I really enjoyed the film because it was a different type of comedy, and one that was very refreshing. Every cast member brought something great on screen, and the laughs kept coming one after another. If you haven't seen this comedy, you should. This film is very good and is much better than most mainstream comedies out there.
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  • Aug 29, 2010
    Totally cute. Kind of weird when Zooey, known for her quirky roles, was the normal one in this. I thought it was funny and dark. Very offbeat but loveable.
    Leigh R Super Reviewer

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