Rotten Tomatoes

Movies / TV

    Celebrity

      No Results Found

      View All
      Movies Tv shows Shop News Showtimes

      Reunion

      Released Mar 6, 2009 1 hr. 35 min. Drama List
      19% 16 Reviews Tomatometer 33% 1,000+ Ratings Audience Score On the 10th anniversary of his wife's death, Jake Burns (Brett Cullen) invites his dearest college friends to reunite and reminisce. In college, Jake and his friends were members of a powerful secret society -- and their whole lives were ahead of them. Now, they're entrepreneurs and business leaders who are starting to take stock of their lives. Lloyd (David Thornton) has a beautiful girlfriend (Alice Evans) but a cold heart, while Barnaby (Jamey Sheridan) struggles with alcoholism. Read More Read Less

      Where to Watch

      Reunion

      Prime Video Apple TV

      Rent Reunion on Prime Video, Apple TV, or buy it on Prime Video, Apple TV.

      Audience Reviews

      View All (6) audience reviews
      Audience Member This movie worked for me --enough to want to know more about the writer and actors. Unlike many reviewers, I did care about these characters; of course, I'm a middle-aged professional and Ivy league graduate. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/31/23 Full Review Audience Member Man... this movie was crazy! It is the story of a group of people who re-unite after 10 years to do a WHOLE LOT of talking. I liked the actors in it, but the dialogue was crazy. The dialogue was messed up. Sometimes people get high and try and break it down with rhetoric, and other times people just drink wine and try to do this. When you are just drinking wine and always trying to break things down, you have a problem that is bigger than drugs. I know people who are speak a little like the characters in the movie. I never contact them. The score was also messed up. Recognized the a lot of the shooting locations in this film, and I really liked that. The blazer from Dirty Sexy Money is in this movie and her acting is cool. So, in conclusion, this thing is crazy; but the actors did a good job and made me not get annoyed at times. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 02/07/23 Full Review Audience Member Ugh. Talky, pretentious and chockfull of false moment after false moment, this is a ridiculous and dull mess. Good to terrific actors doing their level best to make the dull and pretentious dialogue sound like people talking to absolutely no avail. Can you tell I didn't like it? Rated 1 out of 5 stars 02/25/23 Full Review Audience Member Brillian cast - an unrated films for college grads vying to reunite. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 01/27/23 Full Review Audience Member Interesting society of friends;) Much like "Friends the t.v show. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 02/07/23 Full Review Audience Member Boring and uneventful. The whole movie is talking, and not even interesting talking at that. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 01/29/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

      Cast & Crew

      Critics Reviews

      View All (16) Critics Reviews
      Mark Holcomb Time Out Rated: 3/5 Nov 17, 2011 Full Review Leo Goldsmith indieWire It's a wonder a group of experienced film professionals could not make "Reunion" look and sound the least bit proficient or even entertaining Aug 8, 2009 Full Review New York Post No one's problems inspire much interest, and the stuffy banality of the dialogue is multiplied by the lackluster surroundings. Rated: 1/4 Mar 6, 2009 Full Review Susan Granger SSG Syndicate Filled with psychobabble, it comes across as a muddled melodrama about entitled elitists. Rated: 6/10 Mar 10, 2009 Full Review Avi Offer NYC Movie Guru Despite a terrific cast, it suffers from a lazy and dull screenplay that fails to generate any palpable drama or memorable characters. Rated: 4.0/10 Mar 6, 2009 Full Review John P. McCarthy Boxoffice Magazine The characters' narcissism spills over into the audience and rather than sympathize or empathize, your instinct is to protect yourself from them and their mid-life crises. Rated: 2/5 Mar 6, 2009 Full Review Read all reviews

      Movie Info

      Synopsis On the 10th anniversary of his wife's death, Jake Burns (Brett Cullen) invites his dearest college friends to reunite and reminisce. In college, Jake and his friends were members of a powerful secret society -- and their whole lives were ahead of them. Now, they're entrepreneurs and business leaders who are starting to take stock of their lives. Lloyd (David Thornton) has a beautiful girlfriend (Alice Evans) but a cold heart, while Barnaby (Jamey Sheridan) struggles with alcoholism.
      Director
      Alan Hruska
      Screenwriter
      Alan Hruska
      Production Co
      Reunion Productions, The Talking Pictures Company LLC
      Genre
      Drama
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Mar 6, 2009, Original
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Mar 23, 2017
      Box Office (Gross USA)
      $6.5K
      Most Popular at Home Now