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No, I'm sorry; I laughed a little at the beginning, but then was just left sad after the half way point passed.
These two are obviously the center point of the film, but there are so many other characters that, although secondary, do not seem any less significant.
Jill Hennessy did a very fine job as a mother of the two Culkin characters and the frustrated, "good" wife of Alec Baldwin.
I absolutely love this movie. I am not really sure why either. Rory Culkin really shines in this movie and shows his acting ability. The casting was spot on. Read morePublished 2 months ago by A. Jacobson
Don't know how I missed this gem of a film. Great portrayal of the 70's. Rory Culkin and Emma Roberts are perfect as the teens coming of age. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jack Lattimore
Movie "Lymelife" is just a so-so film, it advertises itself as "Violently Funny" but its
not anywhere near funny. Its about a family staying together. Read more
This movie was great, The quality of the disc was excellent, no skips, hardly any wear on disc, overall happy with this!Published 23 months ago by Anonymous
The movie was good, not great. Interesting story about teenagers & their parents, their interactions & problems. It was entertaining. I would recommend it.Published on March 29, 2013 by iris
Traditional medicine has chosen to ignore this very threatening disease developed and patented by our very own Germ Warfare scientists HQ'd on Plum Island, Long Island, New York. Read morePublished on January 2, 2013 by Michael A Szumilas
First off this is NOT the "laugh out loud, violently funny" comedy that is advertised on the front of the box. Read morePublished on June 6, 2012 by THE MOVIE GUY
I can finally see why the critics and audiences on Rottentomatoes.com alike gave this film 58% and 50% respectively for Lymelife. Read morePublished on April 25, 2012 by Mr. J. Murdock