A Family Affair

2024

Comedy / Drama / Romance

37
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 40% · 5 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 17%
IMDb Rating 5.4/10 10 21570 21.6K

Top cast

Nicole Kidman as Brooke Harwood
Joey King as Zara Ford
Zac Efron as Chris Cole
Kathy Bates as Leila Ford
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1.02 GB
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English 2.0
PG-13
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24 fps
1 hr 53 min
Seeds 100+
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by fionamcdonald-00866 2 / 10

Wasted potential

The idea behind this movie is good BUT there are many issues. The biggest issue is Nicole Kidman. Why was she cast in this role? There is zero chemistry between her and Zac Ephron. The role does not suit her and she is overacting throughout the whole movie. Zac's character asks if she was in kindergarten when she had her daughter, this would be suitable if she looked like a young mum, but she does not. A lot of the time she looks older than she is and quite sickly. There is some major issues with the writing that most likely contributed to the actors looking awkward and leaving the audience with no emotional connection to the characters. This starts at the beginning when they are getting drunk together, the whole scene feels forced.

Reviewed by angelitestar 1 / 10

What were they thinking!

What a cringe-fest of a movie - more plastic here than my local recycling plant !! The main characters are Brooke played by Nicole Kidman who has a very limited range of expressions these days and Chris played by Zac Efron with an equally small range of expression. Its hard to engage with characters that have very little chemistry or personality. Add to that the very dated plot of younger successful self-obsessed man falls for older woman who just happens to be the mother of his young female assistant played with girlish zeal by Joey King.

Veteran actor Kathy Bates as Brooke's mother in law does her best given the material she has to work with.

The love scenes between Brooke and Chris are cringe-worthy to watch as they both seem so awkward !

Reviewed by missdebbieatfpl 1 / 10

Made an account just for this

I love senseless, silly rom cons. They are just fun escapes. They get a lot of hate, but I usually like them. I'm probably just immature or unsophisticated as a woman in my 50s. When I was just minutes into this, I thought 'what is wrong with their faces'? I wasn't surprised by Nicole because it's typical for woman in Hollywood, but I was surprised by how Zac looked who is still in his 30s. As others have written, both of their faces are very distracting. I came to the reviews to see if anyone was feeling the same way. I also agree that there is zero chemistry and the acting is subpar. I agree Kathy Bates is good and the daughter really carries the movie. Kind of painful to watch and I am very, very easy to please with rom cons.

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