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The Family FangAn actress (Nicole Kidman) and her brother (Jason Bateman) return to their family home in search of their world famous parents, two performance artists known for their elaborate hoaxes, who have disappeared.Genre: DramaCountry: United StatesDuration: 105 minQuality: HDRelease: 2015IMDb: 6.1
Actors of "The Family Fang"
Characters of "The Family Fang"
Directors of "The Family Fang"Jason BatemanBirthdate: 14 January 1969, Rye, New York, USA
Creators of "The Family Fang"Kevin WilsonDavid Lindsay-AbaireBirthdate: 30 November 1969, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Critic Reviews of "The Family Fang"San Diego ReaderMay 12, 2016
Bateman and Nicole Kidman, too old to convincingly pull off this sibling pair, would have fared better as the parents.TheWrapMay 06, 2016
"The Family Fang" is kind of messy but also fun and touching; it's a definite step forward for Bateman as a director ...Detroit NewsMay 06, 2016
Bateman knows his fractured family well, but "Fang" doesn't give him enough to chew on. The characters are all scarred, but the film doesn't leave a mark.Los Angeles TimesMay 05, 2016
It's heavy stuff, served with a light touch.Entertainment WeeklyMay 05, 2016
Fang is directed by Bateman with a sensitivity that the story's sour whimsy doesn't quite deserve.Chicago Sun-TimesMay 05, 2016
Even when The Family Fang stretches credulity, we stay with it. Bateman knows how to tell a story.rec.arts.movies.reviewsFebruary 21, 2017
A humorless, Debbie Downer of a dysfunctional family drama, all the more disappointing given its promising pedigree.Film InquiryJanuary 09, 2017
The Family Fang is an enjoyable film to watch with genuine characters who have relatable flaws and believable bonds.3AWDecember 26, 2016
Mainstream comedy fixture Jason Bateman proves his directing chops presiding over the distinctly non-mainstream, darkly comic story about a dysfunctional family borne from performance artists.The Age (Australia)November 30, 2016
No masterpiece, certainly, but substantially more interesting than comparable productions such as Captain Fantastic.Combustible CelluloidJuly 01, 2016
Laced with subtle performances and rich characters, Jason Bateman's The Family Fang is a big improvement over his last movie, the overly cynical-but-cute Bad Words.
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