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Mighty Fine (2012)

R | | Comedy, Drama | 25 May 2012 (USA)
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Joe Fine moves his family from Brooklyn to New Orleans, where his dreams and extravagance far exceed his means.

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Maddie Fine
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Joe Fine moves his family from Brooklyn to New Orleans, where his dreams and extravagance far exceed his means.

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Joe Fine: I'll give you 10 bucks to finish your bowl. Better yet, I'll give you another 10 bucks to eat two pieces of fruit.
Stella Fine: Don't bribe her.
Joe Fine: To you, it's a bribe. To me, It's a long-term investment.
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A must see for families dealing with mental illnesses
23 May 2012 | by (Miami, Florida) – See all my reviews

I found Mighty Fine very touching and true to what it is really like to be in a family when someone has a mental illness. The cast did a fantastic job of showing what mental illnesses can do to a family - especially bipolar disorder - how things can be fine on minute and explosive the next. I liked the way they portrayed Joe (the dad) as a loving, kind hearted father and then showed what happened when he had an episode - you knew there was something wrong with him, but that he wasn't necessarily a bad person. It definitely brought back memories and felt so real to me! Having dealt with someone who was bipolar in my own life, I found myself relating to the characters and they tugged at my heartstrings. I won't give away the ending...but this is a must see as far as I am concerned!


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