Lunchtime Movie Review

Parenthood (1989)

Episode #116

Universal Pictures released Parenthood on August 2, 1989. Ron Howard directed the film starring Steve Martin, Mary Steenburgen, Dianne Wiest.

‘Parenthood’ Movie Summary

Parenthood is the story of the Buckman family and friends as they struggle with the difficulties of raising children. They suffer through and enjoy all their events in life from estranged relatives, to black sheep of the family, to the occasional crazy relative, the skeletons in the closet, rebellious teenagers, and the kitchen sink.

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Universal Pictures released Parenthood on August 2, 1989. Ron Howard directed the film starring Steve Martin, Mary Steenburgen, Dianne Wiest.

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  1. I guess only parents were allowed to review this one so Chris sat this one out? Funny to hear a reference to The Road, certainly didn’t expect that. I wonder how Matt would react to one of his kids acting in school plays, would he tell them how bad they are:).

    1. Yeah, this is a movie that never really interested me…and Matt might now have told them how bad they were, but he might tell us!

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