Friday, May 4, 2012

Kathleen turner perfect family

  • "You're living in sin," declares Eileen Cleary (Kathleen Turner), a devout Roman Catholic mother, to her lesbian daughter, Shannon (Emily Deschanel), in "The Perfect Family." Eileen's reply — "I don't have to think.
  • (New York Times)
  • As sure as the Pope resides at the Vatican, the Catholic Church won't be organizing busloads of parishioners for fieldtrips to go see "The Perfect Family.
  • (TheWrap)
  • Kathleen Turner, the much-loved star of everything from Body Heat to Peggy Sue Got Married, is back with a juicy new role.
  • (SheWired)
  • LOS ANGELES — Earnest and filled with self-doubt, The Perfect Family, starring Kathleen Turner, is a darkly comic family drama about the imperfect union between real life and the rigors of Catholic doctrine.
  • (The State)
  • Kathleen Turner's relationship with a bag of peanut MM's is In June, Turner will star in the independent film The Perfect Family.
  • (Globe and Mail)
  • Kathleen Turner is back onscreen this week with "The Perfect Family." Surprisingly, it's the first time the actress has tackled a lead role since the 1994 John Waters comedy, "Serial Mom.
  • (NBC Dallas-Fort Worth)
  • With a budget of less than $1 million and a script, they turned to actress Kathleen Turner for the main role of a devoutly Catholic wife who tries to mold her family into being "perfect" after receiving an award nomination from her church.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • THE PERFECT FAMILY Turner CLASSIC. Running time: 84 minutes. PG-13 (references to alcoholism, abortion). At the Chelsea, the Empire.
  • (New York Post)
  • There's nothing more frustrating than when an achievement remains just out of grasp. That's the dilemma facing the heroine of Anne Renton's "The Perfect Family" — and any viewers who wait patiently for her story to fulfill its potential.
  • (New York Daily News)
  • Kathleen Turner began her career in the theater and this week she headlines the independent comedy The Perfect Family, about a woman about to be named Catholic of the Year just as her household is coming apart.
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