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The Lears (2017)

The script focuses on world-renowned cutting-edge architect Davenport Lear. Nearing retirement, he summons his four dysfunctional children Glenn, twins Regan and Rory, Kent, and Regan's ... See full summary »

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Carl Bessai

Writer:

Carl Bessai
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Credited cast:
Bruce Dern ... Davenport Lear
Anthony Michael Hall ... Glenn Lear
Sean Astin ... Tom Cornwall
Aly Michalka ... Regan Lear
Victoria Smurfit ... Diana
Nic Bishop ... Kent Lear
James Hoare ... Rory Lear
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Amy Argyle ... Natalie
Yvonne Delarosa ... Maria
Stephen Ellis ... Tyler
Annie McCain Engman ... Catherine
Christine Harte ... Sally
Christine Harte Christine Harte ... Sally
Malcolm Madera ... Jonathan
Ivy Matheson ... Delia
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The script focuses on world-renowned cutting-edge architect Davenport Lear. Nearing retirement, he summons his four dysfunctional children Glenn, twins Regan and Rory, Kent, and Regan's husband Tom Cornwall to a weekend family retreat in one of his signature architectural creations. When they hear the bombshell that he has decided to marry his personal assistant Diana that Sunday, it sets off an explosive and humorous round of devious behavior and conflict as each of them jockeys for position, borne by self-interest, greed and jealousy. Rounding out the cast is Davenport's driver and valet Tyler, Diana's daughter Delia, and Kent's hot date Natalie.

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Comedy | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 April 2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

USA

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Color | Color (4K Ultra HD)
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Very Long, Very Slow, Very Boring
3 April 2019 | by kq999See all my reviews

Very long, very slow, very boring. Not much of a point to the whole movie. Nothing deep nor moving.

Not much else to say.

I really like Bruce Dern. Even he could not save this one. Although some of his acting parts have been small they have been outstanding but it seems as time goes on he has been in one stinker after another. What's happening Mr. Dern?


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