This comedy drama focuses on the trials and tribulations that a family goes through, always reconnecting over Sunday, possibly Christmas, dinner. As a mother and father observe the ...
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This comedy drama focuses on the trials and tribulations that a family goes through, always reconnecting over Sunday, possibly Christmas, dinner. As a mother and father observe the unfortunate events of their grown children's lives, they have to pick when and where to become involved. From Alex, who opened a failed restaurant with her husband Sam, to Robert Downy Jr. who's just welcomed a new baby into the world, to Rebecca, who suffers from a seasonal irritable bowel syndrome, the dinner table sees its share of laughter and tears, but over time each family member learns that they depend on each other to get through it - even when they're in each other's throats. Written by
This is one of those movies that could only exist with the advent of SD card-using minicamcorders, because it's obvious that the cast and the crew are the same people; there are scenes where the camera stays still in an awkward frame, then two of the cast walk to the spot that is the foreground to have a scene while the rest of the cast is in the background - literally there was no cameraman and nobody was smart enough to make a cut and then use a close-up! The DVD cover features a cast of people that don't appear in the picture (this "feature" got a lot of ire in Amazon reviews), the film just stops abruptly, and the blocking is just bizarre; everybody is always mashed up against walls like they were told not to film the center of the room. It's a real shame that Gawdawful badfilms like "After Last Season" have gone out of print and yet this pointless "Christmas" film (it looks like they filmed it in the summer!) is still available!
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