A single mother still living in the house she grew up in struggles to deal with her drifter brother when he comes home for a visit.
Genre: Feature Film-Drama
Release Date: 2-MAY-2006
Media Type: DVD
This is a truly wonderful movie that any mature adult who has struggled with complicated life situations can appreciate. Read morePublished on Aug. 2 2002 by Matt Davis
This is simply one of the best written and acted films I've ever seen. Mark Ruffalo, Laura Linney, Matthew Broderick, and Jon Tenney, who plays Linney's erstwhile boyfriend Bob,... Read morePublished on July 19 2002
This movie is a movie about 30 year olds with a three year old mentality. I take that back. They
are amoeba, moving about seeking pleasure, food and sex. Read more
This is a movie about human relationships. It is well written. Well acted. Well made. It is the sort of film that would have been much less exceptional had it come out in the... Read morePublished on March 27 2002 by Peter Shilpot Freeman
We have become so used to the loud, high tech movies that Hollywood cranks out these days that when a quiet, gentle, story-driven movie like You Can Count on Me comes along, we... Read morePublished on March 15 2002 by Matthew Horner
If there is one thing that is striking about this film it is the sheer believability of it. This is an extremely human story stripped down to everyday realities in the lives of... Read morePublished on Feb. 3 2002 by "flickjunkie"
Largely a science fiction and/or action and/or blockbuster comedy person, I still read the newspaper reviews on YOU CAN COUNT ON ME, a small film from Paramount Classics that was... Read morePublished on Jan. 21 2002 by E. Lee Zimmerman
This film relates to average life in many ways. From the family screw-up who wants to leave the small town, the single mother who worries about everyone but herself, and the weasly... Read morePublished on Jan. 19 2002 by Lisa Marie Engelken