'The Kids Are All Right'

Director <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB000973" title="Lisa Cholodenko" href="/topic/entertainment/lisa-cholodenko-PECLB000973.topic">Lisa Cholodenko</a> has concocted the singular blend of family function and dysfunction. From the brittle brilliance of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB000447" title="Annette Bening" href="/topic/entertainment/annette-bening-PECLB000447.topic">Annette Bening</a> to the breakable beauty of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB003252" title="Julianne Moore" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/julianne-moore-PECLB003252.topic">Julianne Moore</a> as two moms whose life is upended when the kids bring home Mark Ruffalo's seductive sperm-donating dad, no detail is overlooked in crafting one of the finest grown-up comedies ever.

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Director Lisa Cholodenko has concocted the singular blend of family function and dysfunction. From the brittle brilliance of Annette Bening to the breakable beauty of Julianne Moore as two moms whose life is upended when the kids bring home Mark Ruffalo's seductive sperm-donating dad, no detail is overlooked in crafting one of the finest grown-up comedies ever.

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