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Reunion (2009)

A group of friends unites on the 10 year anniversary of the death of a friend and member of their secret society from college.

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Alan Hruska

Writer:

Alan Hruska (screenplay)

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Credited cast:
Derek Cecil ... Stanley
Sam Coppola ... Max
Brett Cullen ... Jake
Alice Evans ... Minerva
Jessica Hecht ... Beth
Anna Khaja ... Anna
Christopher McDonald ... Eamon
Zoe McLellan ... Averil
Josh Pais ... Saul
Amy Pietz ... Sadie
Jay Santiago ... Maintenance Man in Conference Room (as J. Santiago)
Jamey Sheridan ... Barnaby
Felix Solis ... Pete
Cynthia Stevenson ... Emily
David Thornton ... Lloyd
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Meeting old friends can be enlightening, fun, dangerous and painful. Just ask Jake Burns, a trial lawyer and published novelist who is called upon to organize such a meeting. Ten years after the death of his wife, Janie, he fulfills her last wish, reuniting their closest friends from Yale one last time. As undergraduates in the early 1980s, Jake and Janie belonged to one of the university's "secret societies," and Jake sends out invitations to the other members, most of whom haven't seen each other since Janie's funeral. Once the best and the brightest of the Ivy League, the group that arrives in New York is now, by most standards, an accomplished and esteemed bunch. Entrepreneur/mogul Lloyd arrives with his actress girlfriend Minerva, who hopes to penetrate her new lover's distant persona; Barnaby and his wife Emily are at a crossroads in their marriage, he battling alcoholism and a stalled career, she frustrated that her dreams as a writer have never been realized; Sadie is a former... Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 March 2009 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Painfully bad imitation of the Big Chill
24 March 2009 | by annonymoSee all my reviews

I am compelled to warn the world after just wasting 90 minutes watching this supposed "Big Chill" for Generation Y. It gets nothing right, the script is dull pang of exposition, there are random camera cuts merely entered to cover poor directorial decisions and each disjointed "moment" is punctuated w/ abstrusely strident violin music to say THIS IS important. AT least its low budget indicates that little money was diverted from potentially other movies. This type of thing gives independent films a bad reputation as talkfests. Stay away. I wish i could credit some actor as shining light, making do w/ this poor script, but NO. If can say something good, I guess at least the film didn't have too many product placements. ugh.


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