The Estate



Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 29%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 33%
IMDb Rating 5.7 10 203

terminal illness

Plot summary

Uploaded by: FREEMAN
November 23, 2022 at 08:42 AM


Top cast

Toni Collette as Macey
Anna Faris as Savanna
Kathleen Turner as Aunt Hilda
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887.59 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 36 min
P/S 121 / 365
1.78 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 36 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by cwestfa1 5 / 10

Sent Out to Die

Saw the film listed in my local theater listings and was shocked. It has a nice cast, Toni Collete, Ana Faris, David Duchovny and Kathleen Turner, but saw no marketing what so ever for it. It was sent out to die.

The Pros: Some jokes landed for me. David Duchovny was the MVP, having some of the best material with good delivery. Kathleen Turner had some moments. It gave me some laughs, and made me wonder how it would end.

The Cons: The script has some structural issues, including over reliance on happenstance, and just some weird choices and motivations. Some of the dialogue felt off as well. The camera work, annoying. There were so many shots that looked like they were done with hand held and came across as shaky when there was no need for it.

I was hoping for some hidden gem, but got a curiosity to help start my Regal November period.

Reviewed by tabuno 8 / 10

A Daring Darker Comedy, Not For Everybody

Toni Collette, Anna Faris, David Duchovny, Ron Livingston, and Kathleen Turner star in this somewhat dark, risqué comedy about cousins attempting to suck up to a dying aunt and obtain her lavish estate. The director and actors have a lot on their plate in attempting to balance this daring comedy with the immoral actions and rather overt sexual interplay and even a rather M-rated scene late in the movie. There are plenty of reasons for the many audience members to be turned off by this movie, nevertheless with a finely, crafted delicate script and the adequately balanced diversity of the character roles, the humor, the sexual innuendos, the immoral decisions offer up a fascinating interplay of dilemmas that keep the audience off balance. The climax of the movie has a satisfying but nebulous ending for audience members to choose from. The key to watching this movie is to focus on Ron Livingston's and Toni Collette's characters as the moral backbone of the movie and avoid experiencing just a one-tone aspect of the movie which is in reality quite off-putting, repelling and borders on disgusting. Overall, The Estate is a difficult, different, and in some ways a refreshing and deeper, enlightening look at the material world of today.

Reviewed by stevendbeard 7 / 10

Fighting Over Money

I saw The Estate, starring Toni Collette-Knives Out, Connie and Carla; Anna Faris-Mom_tv, The House Bunny; David Duchovny-The X_Files_tv, Connie and Carla; Rosemarie DeWitt-La La Land, Poltergeist_2015 and Kathleen Turner-Dumb and Dumber To, The War of the Roses.

This is a comedy about family. Well, a family that is fighting over money. Toni and Anna are sisters that are down on their luck. They run a diner that is loosing money and is about to be foreclosed on by their bank. That's when they hear about their aunt Kathleen-who is filthy rich with no children of her own-who has a terminal illness and has not long left to live. Dollar signs start swimming in Toni and Anna's eyes and they decide to visit their ailing aunt to get on her good side. Only problem is that their cousins, David and Rosemarie, have the same idea. Everyone is fighting each other while kissing up to Kathleen and none of them-including Kathleen-are what you would call nice people. They are all funny but David is hilarious as a Lothario that wants to have sex with any of his cousins that would be accommodating.

It's rated R for language, drug use and sexual content-including nudity-and has a running time of 1 hour & 36 minutes.

I laughed a lot and I would buy it on DVD.

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