Reuniting the Rubins PG

Reuniting the Rubins
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DVD Features:

  • Rated: PG
  • Run Time: 1 hours, 39 minutes
  • Video: Color
  • Released: April 24, 2012
  • Originally Released: 2010
  • Label: Monterey Video
  • Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
  • Note: On location
    • Alternate ending
  • Aspect Ratio: Widescreen
  • Audio:
    • Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo - English
    • Dolby Digital 5.1 - English

Performers, Cast and Crew:

Starring , , , &
Directed by
Screenplay by
Composition by

Entertainment Reviews:


User Ratings: 258
Rating: 1/5 -- There are some films so bad, they don't warrant a review. This is one of them. Full Review
Fan The Fire
Oct 21, 2011
Theoretical laughter, tears and maudlin contrivance ensue.
Mar 23, 2012
An ensemble piece wobbling between undercooked drama and low-powered farce... Full Review
Total Film
Oct 26, 2011
Rating: 2/5 -- Reuniting the Rubins is harmless, unspectacular comedy, let down by a poor script and light-weight direction, which might have been more at home on a Sunday on ITV. It isn't the worst thing you'll see this year, but it will be difficult to remember. Full Review
What Culture
Jan 2, 2012
Most people would rather spend five years in a Hamas dungeon than endure their company. Full Review
Observer (UK)
Oct 23, 2011
A frantic, badly constructed, slightly offensive muddle that doesn't so much end as run out of things on a checklist. Full Review
Los Angeles Times
Mar 22, 2012
Rating: 2/5 -- A mediocre sitcom with too many preachy subplots. Full Review
Radio Times
Oct 26, 2011
The script includes little back story and lots of button-pushing shorthand, none of which feels genuine... Full Review
New York Times
Mar 16, 2012

Product Description:

A stressed-out lawyer staves off retirement in order to reunite his estranged children at the behest of his aging, emotionally manipulative mother, and he realizes the importance of never giving up on family even when it seems like you'll never see eye to eye. Lenny (Timothy Spall) is getting ready for the cruise of a lifetime when he learns that his mother (Honor Blackman) has fallen ill, and he rushes to see her in the hospital. All she wants before she dies is to see her grandchildren once again gathered under the same roof. But years of infighting have left them hopelessly at odds, making the chances of a happy reunion slim to none. Nevertheless, Lenny concedes, agreeing to give it his best effort. Unfortunately it's not going to be easy since his children have all gone their separate ways: Danny (James Callis) is a powerful businessman who measures his self-worth by the level of success he's achieved and places little importance on religion, atheist Andie (Rhona Mitra) has chosen to dedicate her life to fighting for human rights in Africa, devout Yona (Hugh O'Conor) is a rabbi and family man, and Buddhist monk Charlie (Asier Newman) has adopted the name "Clarity" in an ongoing quest to achieve inner peace. But as reluctant as his children may be to admit it, the one thing that's plain for everyone to see is that they have more in common than anyone would like to admit.


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