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Lullaby (2014)

R | | Drama | 13 June 2014 (USA)
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A man estranged from his family receives word that his father has chosen to take himself off life support within forty-eight hours.

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Andrew Levitas

Writer:

Andrew Levitas
1 win & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Garrett Hedlund ... Jonathan
Richard Jenkins ... Robert
Anne Archer ... Rachel
Jessica Brown Findlay ... Karen
Amy Adams ... Emily
Jessica Barden ... Meredith
Terrence Howard ... Doctor Crier
Jennifer Hudson ... Nurse Carrie
Zac Ballard Zac Ballard ... Nicholas
Frankie Shaw ... Janice
Daniel Sunjata ... Officer Ramirez
Danielle Kotch ... Helen
Miles Kath ... Young Jonathan
Maddie Corman ... Beth
Anne Vyalitsyna ... Brooke (as Anne V.)
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Storyline

A young man living in Los Angeles has been estranged from his wealthy New York family for years. One day, he suddenly receives word that his terminally ill father wishes to be taken off life support and has 36 hours to live. When he agrees to visit his father, he unintentionally sets up a family conflict with no easy resolution. Written by Anonymous

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What do you say when everything has been left unsaid?

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Drama

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Rated R for language and brief drug use | See all certifications »

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Terrence Howard and Garrett Hedlund worked together in the movie "Four brothers"(2005) See more »

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(at around 1h 42 mins) The life-support system is disconnected from the throat. Before and after that scene, it is on, and working. See more »

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Fall apart
written by Adam Cohen and Patrick Leonard
Performed by Garrett Hedlund
Produced by Patrick Leonard
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Clumsy writing and a lead actor who is way in over is head
5 August 2019 | by PaxtonMalloySee all my reviews

One of the many problems of this movie is the cast. People like Amy Adams and Terence Howard are wasted in small roles. RIchard Jenkins as always is great but he can't rescue the bad script, bad dialog and bad direction that often feels so forced and at times really cringeworthy. Look out for the scenes where the family falls into "fake" laughter. So you potentially have some really good actors but what do you do? You center the movie about the one who is attempting to act. Garrett Hudlunds acting is horrendous. I have never seen him being good but also never as painfully bad as here. I am sure he is trying but it just never works. And I don't know if it is him or the director but in every scene you get the feeling he is positioned in the scene a certain way to accentuate his looks. His pseudo artsy hair- and beardstyle doesn't help. He is a good looking dude but this is not a RomCom it is a drama. Focus on the acting not on looking good.


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13 June 2014 (USA) See more »

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