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The OrangesThe movie tells the story of a man's (Hugh Laurie) affair with his friend's much-younger daughter (Leighton Meester) that puts the enduring friendship between the two families to the test.
Actors of "The Oranges"
Characters of "The Oranges"
Directors of "The Oranges"Julian Farino
Creators of "The Oranges"Ian HelferJay Reiss
Critic Reviews of "The Oranges"Time OutDecember 04, 2012
The intervention of Tony Soprano, who lives not far away, is urgently called for.Globe and MailNovember 09, 2012
The Oranges does not taste freshly squeezed.Toronto StarNovember 08, 2012
The leafy green trees evident everywhere in what purports to be New Jersey Christmas scenes aren't the only thing that feels off in the predictable domestic bedroom comedy The Oranges.Newark Star-LedgerOctober 05, 2012
You want something that plays a little sharper, and cuts a little deeper. You want something that demands more of its performers, and delivers more to its audience.Miami HeraldOctober 05, 2012
You know the movie has an insurmountable problem when the two adulterers, who profess to be madly in love, don't even seem like they want to be in the same room.Philadelphia InquirerOctober 05, 2012
The Oranges displays an air of efficient economy. Nothing is messy, no beat too long, the actors hit their marks.QuickflixNovember 25, 2013
The Oranges dabbles with transgressive ideas (for a moment it felt like the film was implying that infidelity could be a positive force in everyone's lives) before retreating into stupefyingly predictable and safe rhythms.John Hanlon ReviewsJune 30, 2013
Although the film suffers during certain plot developments, the set-up and much of the dialogue ring true in this dramedy.7M PicturesJune 09, 2013
It's the cast that carries a film like this, offering a strong level of acting gravitas to support a bitingly cynical script about the tawdry happenings in a suburb.The Patriot LedgerMay 26, 2013
The problem is that there's nothing terribly funny about families and friendships being torn asunder.Observer (UK)December 09, 2012
The acting almost varnishes the fractured surface, enabling the audience to accept the film as a deeply felt, feelgood family comedy.Digital SpyDecember 08, 2012
The dialogue's much saltier and sharper than you expect from a drama that's essentially playing it safe.
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