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Every Day -- Every Day is about one family's struggle to survive the unexpected curve-balls that are simply part of real life.
Every Day -- Ned is a TV writer whose life is turned upside down, not by any single crisis, but by a number of curveballs thrown at him all at once.
Every Day -- Clip: Ethan Gets Tucked In
Every Day -- Clip: Ernie's Decision
Every Day -- Clip: Always Angry


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A comedy about a New York City couple (Schreiber and Hunt) in romantic and family crises. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Schreiber and Hunt in "Every Day"
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Schreiber and Hunt in "Every Day"
 (From 3 October 2008, 12:34 AM, PDT)

Schreiber and Hunt in "Every Day"
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Directed by
Richard Levine 
Writing credits
Richard Levine (written by)

Produced by
Miranda Bailey .... producer
Michael Bederman .... associate producer
Sam Hoffman .... executive producer
Matthew Leutwyler .... producer (as Matt Leutwyler)
Amanda Marshall .... co-producer
Dean Mozian .... producer assistant
Original Music by
Jeanine Tesori 
Cinematography by
Nancy Schreiber (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Pam Wise 
Casting by
Kerry Barden 
Paul Schnee 
Production Design by
Adam Stockhausen 
Art Direction by
Brianne Zulauf 
Set Decoration by
Kate Foster 
Costume Design by
Ane Crabtree 
Makeup Department
Monique Benoit .... assistant makeup artist
Milton Buras .... key hair stylist
Scott H. Reeder .... assistant hair stylist
Tania Ribalow .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Michael Bederman .... unit production manager
Amanda Marshall .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Mirashyam Blakeslee .... second second assistant director
Nate Grubb .... second assistant director
Sam Hoffman .... first assistant director
Sam Hoffman .... second unit director
Art Department
Rebekah Alderson .... stand-by scenic artist
Robert J. Buckelew .... set dresser
Peter Bundrick .... key carpenter (as Pete Bundrick)
Christine Cerniglia .... additional on-set dresser (as Chris Cerniglia)
Dominick Cocuzzo .... key construction grip
Lauren DiGiulio .... set decorating production assistant
Seth Finkin .... set dresser
Stephen Finkin .... lead person (as Steve Finkin)
Sean Haines .... on-set dresser
Richard Hebrank .... construction coordinator (as Richie Hebrank)
John House .... stand-by construction grip
Hila Katz .... assistant to set decorator
James Kelleher .... set dresser
Janet Kim .... art department intern
Robert Ludemann .... graphic artist: website (as Bob Ludemann)
Robert Ludemann .... graphic designer
Jessica Miers .... art department production assistant
Julio Olivera .... set dresser
Rebecca Perrenod .... charge scenic artist
Rebecca Perrenod .... stand-by scenic artist
Daniel Ritchel .... property assistant
Saviel Rivera .... assistant props
Sabrina Wright .... property master
Alicia Leatherbury-Lamberti .... scenic artist (uncredited)
Sound Department
Gary Coppola .... sound re-recording mixer (as Gary J. Coppola)
Gary Coppola .... supervising sound editor (as Gary J. Coppola)
Justin Gray .... boom operator
Richard Mader .... sound mixer
Maciek Malish .... dialogue editor
Darrin Mann .... foley mixer
Thomas O'Neil Younkman .... sound effects editor (as Thomas Younkman)
Benjamin Rauscher .... assistant sound editor
Edward M. Steidele .... foley artist
Lars Bjerre .... dialogue denoising (uncredited)
Chris Andrew Ciulla .... adr (uncredited)
Jack Hutson .... sound playback (uncredited)
Eric Milano .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Eduardo Cisneros .... additional visual effects
Jill Brown .... stunt coordinator
Mike Burke .... stunts
Janet Paparazzo .... stunts
Manny Siverio .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Rebecca Arndt .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Michael F. Barrow .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Michael Barrow)
Ian Bracone .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Ryan Bronz .... camera production assistant
J. Eric Camp .... digital imaging technician
Patrick Capone .... director of photography: second unit (as Pat Capone)
Robert Carnevale .... dolly grip: "a" camera
Marcel Ciurea .... grip
Bernie Crehan .... electrician
Dede Dolan .... additional electrician
Jay Eckardt .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Peter Fernberger .... camera operator: "b" camera
Thomas Ford .... electrician (as Tom Ford)
Al 'Muhammad Al B.' Fusco .... grip (as Al 'Muhammad Al B' Fusco)
James Hamilton .... still photographer
Matt Higham .... additional electrician
Gary Jackiewicz .... best boy grip
Tommy Kerwick Jr. .... grip
Tom Kerwick .... key grip
Rob Koch .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Doug Kofsky .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Dennis A. Livesey .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Dennis Livesey)
Jim McCullagh .... generator operator (as Jim McCullagh Jr.)
Nate Ranger .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Eddie Rodriguez .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Daniel D. Sariano .... second assistant camera: "b" camera (as Dan Sariano)
Jamie Silverstein .... camera operator: "a" camera
Michelle Sun .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Josh M. Allen .... electrician (uncredited)
Anthony Ciurea .... grip (uncredited)
Richard MacDonald .... electrician (uncredited)
James Madrid .... additional second assistant camera: "b" camera (uncredited)
Casting Department
Allison Estrin .... casting assistant
Karen E. Etcoff .... extras casting (as Karen Etcoff)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Rebecca Edmonston .... additional costumer
Shawnique Hill .... costume supervisor
Parrish McLean .... costume production assistant
Lynn Ollie .... key costumer
Brianna Patterson .... costume production assistant
Tracey Phillips-Boone .... costumer (as Tracey Boone)
Stev Taylor .... additional costumer
Lucia Lettini .... set costumer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Milton Adamou .... digital intermediate colorist
Philip Beckner .... on-line conformer: PlasterCITY Digital
Matt Blackshear .... finishing editor: LightIRON Digital
Jason Bretz .... additional assistant editor
Michael Cioni .... digital intermediate supervisor: LightIRON Digital
Myke Dixon .... data/io: PlasterCITY Digital
Katie Fellion .... digital intermediate supervisor: LightIRON Digital
Paul Geffre .... post-production producer: LightIRON Digital
Darren Griffiths .... assistant digital intermediate colorist: LightIRON Digital
Dean Mozian .... post-production assistant
Mark T. Osborne .... additional digital intermediate colorist: LightIRON Digital (as Mark Todd Osborne)
Dana Osterman .... post production assistant: PlasterCITY Digital
Chris Peariso .... digital media engineer: LightIRON Digital
Nolan Reese .... additional assistant editor
Paul Rehder .... data/io: PlasterCITY Digital
Tunisha Singleton .... post-production producer: PlasterCITY Digital
Leo Trombetta .... additional film editor
Ryan Vega .... data/io: PlasterCITY Digital
Oscar Velasquez .... post-production assistant
Robert Grigsby Wilson .... first assistant editor
Music Department
Jonathan Duckett .... music mixing engineer
Jonathan Duckett .... music recordist
Susan Jacobs .... music supervising consultant (as Sue Jacobs)
Chris Miller .... music production assistant
Buryl Red .... music producer
Albert Thrower .... music supervisor
Tom Villano .... music editor
Transportation Department
Mike Barron .... driver
Jack Black .... driver
Brendon Blaha .... driver: set decorating
Keith Bunce .... driver
Dave Conelli .... driver
Mike Easter .... transportation captain
William Gore .... driver (as Will Gore Jr.)
Ken Johnson .... driver
Chris Kornak .... driver
Giovanni Loduca .... driver
Ray Lowe .... driver
Dominick Riccardi .... driver
Other crew
Biola Bankole .... post production accountant
Cassandra Barbour .... rights and clearances: Entertainment Clearances
Bruce Bell .... set medic
Greg Bernstein .... production legal affairs (as Greg S. Bernstein)
Leslie Bono .... studio teacher
Scott Bowers .... set production assistant
Steve Boyle .... assistant post-production accountant
Aliya Carter .... assistant: S. Hoffman
Sarah Charness .... teacher: violin
Peter Cioni .... finance: DigitalIRON Digital
Christopher Costello .... location intern
Tomas Deckaj .... key set production assistant (as Tomas 'Dutch' Deckaj)
Jesse Durell .... assistant: R. Levine
Kimberly Feinman .... assistant location manager (as Kim Feinman)
Rodney 'Okai' Fleurimont .... location assistant
Anastasia Folorunso .... set intern
Jeffrey Francek .... chef assistant (as Jeff Francek)
Brian Friedman .... office production assistant
Anouk Frösch .... production secretary
Rebecca Garland .... production accountant
Dave Ginsberg .... location scout (as David Ginsberg)
Thomas Graves .... production assistant
Morgan Howard .... assistant production accountant
David Laurentin .... parking coordinator
Nicole Levy .... production intern
Claiborne Michael McDonald .... office production assistant (as Clay McDonald)
Frank McKenna .... assistant craft service
Michael McKenna .... craft service (as Mike McKenna)
O. Valerie Pratt .... payroll accountant
Matthew F. Preston .... production coordinator
Nicole Real .... set production assistant
Nicole Renna .... assistant location manager
Louis Rodriguez .... catering assistant
Virginia Saenz McCarthy .... script supervisor (as Virginia McCarthy)
Klein Santana .... production assistant
Lauren Selman .... environmental consultant: Reel Green Media
Laura Sevier .... rights and clearances: Entertainment Clearances
Justin Shatraw .... production assistant
Allan Stearns .... caterer
Josh Stearns .... second assistant chef
Josh Stearns .... sous chef
Michael Stewart .... production assistant
Abbey Taylor .... set production assistant
Steven Weisberg .... location manager
Imogen Whittaker .... production intern
Brian David Culp .... assistant to producers (uncredited)
Ruth Du .... production assistant (uncredited)
Andrew Goldfarb .... stand-in: Albert M. Chan (uncredited)
Alanna Savage .... production assistant (uncredited)
Count Basie .... thanks
Jennifer Salt .... special thanks

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Rated R for language, sexual content and some drug use
USA:93 min
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Australia:MA | Netherlands:12 | Singapore:M18 | USA:R (certificate #46330)

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Ethan:Is Grandpa Ernie gonna eat every meal with us?
Ned:Only if he's good. If he's bad, we force him to eat in his own room - excuse me, your room.
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44 out of 53 people found the following review useful.
"Every Day" is a dramedy about life in the middle of a midlife crisis., 26 April 2010
Author: MovieManMenzel from United States

"Every Day" tells the tale of a couple going through a midlife crisis. Ned (Liev Schreiber), is a man on the brink of a mental breakdown. You see life isn't easy for Ned as he is dealing with a boat load of problems. He is bored with his screen writing job, he is dealing with trying to accept that his son Jonah (Ezra Miller) is gay, and on top of all this his marriage is falling apart. His wife Jeannie (Helen Hunt) has her own issues as she is responsible for taking care of her father Ernie (Brian Dennehy) who is dying and trying to save her marriage with her husband Ned who doesn't seem to give her the time of day. Life isn't easy for Ned and Jeannie but what happens in "Every Day" is an interesting look on the subject of marriage and life in general.

I saw "Every Day" at the "World Premiere" screening at the Tribeca Film Festival on Saturday April 24, 2010. I basically went into this film knowing nothing about it other than the fact that it starred Helen Hunt, Carla Gugino, and Liev Schreiber all of which are solid actors. What I got out of the film was an interesting look at life and marriage written by a man named Richard Levine, who is a first time screen writer and director.

One of my favorite things about the film was the whole workplace scenario that Ned was placed in. This subplot to me proved to be realistic. This was one of those films where I felt it did a good job capturing how too much work can destroy your life outside of work. It also shows that life as an adult isn't easy and is a balancing act with everything that gets thrown your way. The subjects of marriage, having children, having a sick parent, cheating, working too much, and a few other subjects all get looked at in the film.

My problem however with the film was that I wasn't sure what was going on in the end of the film. It felt like the movie had a conclusion but it really didn't. I guess the film had one of those "life happens" endings. The subject matter of cheating was never really talked about, which bothered me because it seemed to be one of the key focuses of the film. While the film itself felt real like these characters exist in the real world something about how everything ended did not. I can't really explain it but its just something that blurred the line of fiction and reality. I like that aspect of it and I didn't at the same time.

The characters were all good as well as the development of them. Liev Schreiber did a great job in the lead role. I really felt his struggles as a parent and as a married man to devote his time to the right people. Helen Hunt does a good job as well dealing with her marriage and with her father's obsession with wanting to die. Brian Dennehy performance is solid but that's no surprise because he has been a solid actor for many years now. You really did however feel for what he was going through. Carla Gugino makes a nice supporting role appearance here, playing the sexy "screen writer" with her eye on Ned. Carla's role really isn't as deep as I would have liked it to be but Carla has a knack for playing the sexy coworker role. She was perfectly cast to play the role she played. The kids Ezra Miller and Skyler Fortgang both do a terrific job on screen and I am sure they will have a lot more roles coming their way in the near future.

In the end...I liked the film for what it was. It had some issues here and there but coming from a first time writer and director that was bound to happen. It was a valid effort and the film itself is interesting and realistic for the most part. The acting was good and the roles were well written. As I mentioned above, some things about the film blurred the lines between reality and fiction. The film's ending is its weakness in my humble opinion. Not saying that it was bad but just didn't impress me and left me rather indifferent about what I just watched. All in all, I would recommend it because it was a solid film about life and the famous midlife crisis. Check it out when it hits theaters! MovieManMenzel's final rating for "Every Day" is a 7 out of 10.

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