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Interview of Mia Wasikowska at The Kids Are All Right Premiere

The Kids are All Right and Other Films of Annette Bening

4062_01825 Annette Bening has been an ever-increasing presence in Hollywood films since she broke through in 1990's The Grifters opposite Anjelica Huston and John Cusack (see where Metacritic rounds up the mostly rave reviews, such as the N.Y. Times calling the three an unholy trinity up to no good).

That role earned Bening a Best Actress Golden Globe plus an Oscar nomination, and she also snagged Best Actress Oscar nominations for 1999's American Beauty (which Plume Noire calls corrosive, provocative and iconoclastic) and 2004's Being Julia (a fantastic feast for the senses, blogs Cinema Blend).

Bening has also appeared in the 2008 remake of The Women, and as President Michael Douglas's love interest in The American President and a CIA operative in The Siege, among many other roles.

Today, when she's not giving USA Today an interview before rushing off to drive her kids' carpool, Bening is working on State of the Union, a remake of Frank Capra's 1948 Spencer Tracy/Katharine Hepburn romantic comedy, with Rope of Silicon putting Richard Gere in the Tracy role while Bening steps into Hepburn's shoes.

Mia Wasikowska on Family Is...

See what family means to The Kids Are All Right star Mia Wasikowska who plays Joni in the film then tell us what it means to you - whether through words, photos or videos.  Read more below to see what others have to share in their own personal definition of  family.

The Kids Are All Right and Other Films of Stuart Blumberg

4996394.28 The Kids Are All Right co-writer Stuart Blumberg has been involved with movie and TV production for the past decade, starting with writing a season of MADtv in the 1990s and a bit part as a car salesman in Edward Norton's 1999 Fight Club.

The association with Norton continued when Blumberg wrote and produced 2000's Keeping the Faith, an unlikely comedy pairing Norton with Ben Stiller as a priest and rabbi, respectively, who both fall for Jenna Elfman. (Metacritic tallies the wide range of Faith reviews here.)

Blumberg also co-wrote the screenplay for The Girl Next Door, another unlikely comedy in which a former porn star moves in next door to a nerdy teenager and they fall for each other. Groucho Reviews called it a seriously guilty pleasure while Reelviews called it a likeable (albeit raunchy) romantic comedy.

Blumberg talks about Kids in an interview with TrailerAddict, and since Kids finished he is again teaming with Norton to produce the film adaptation of Jonathan Lethem's Motherless Brooklyn.

Mark Ruffalo on Family Is...

See what family means to The Kids Are All Right star Mark Ruffalo who plays Paul in the film then tell us what it means to you - whether through words, photos or videos. Read more below to see what others have to share in their own personal definition of  "family."

Opening Weekend: The Kids Did All Right!

Kidsallright-90954453 The Kids Are All Right opened on seven screens across North America this weekend and took in a pretty remarkable half-million dollars—the highest per-screen average for any film this year, blogs the L.A. Times.

Shockya thought that Bening, Moore, Ruffalo, Hutcherson and Wasikowska make the perfect on-screen family, while Laura at Reeling Reviews says the story can be hilarious without ever breaking character and the New York Times' A.O. Scott gauged the performances as all close to perfect. The New York Post finds lots of smarts, lots of heart and an open mind.

Kids is now running a 93% positive rating on the Tomatometer over at Rotten Tomatoes, one of the reviews being MTV's take that indie films rarely have a cast as strong as this one, something that Broadway World credits to chops gained during at least four of the actors' Broadway and off-Broadway appearances.

Finally, the Wall St. Journal calls it both thrillingly funny and casually profound, USA Today calls it one of the summer's most engaging films, and Movieline says it brims with smarts and laughs.

Have you see Kids Are All Right yet?

Julianne Moore on Family Is...

See what family means to The Kids Are All Right star Julianne Moore who plays Jules in the film then tell us what it means to you - whether through words, photos or videos. Read more below to see what others have to share in their own personal definition of family.

Josh Hutcherson on Family Is...

See what "family" means to The Kids Are All Right star Josh Hutcherson who plays Laser in the film then tell us what it means to you - whether through words, photos or videos.  Read more below to see what others have to share in their own personal definition of  "family."

The Kids Are All Right and Other Films of Mark Ruffalo

4062_03101 Mark Ruffalo is everywhere the past few years, and rightly so. He's appeared in 2010's Date Night, Shutter Island (thrilling and terrifying, blogs Deadbolt Review), and The Kids Are All Right on top of 2009's Where the Wild Things Are and 2008's The Brothers Bloom.

He also directed and co-starred in Sympathy for Delicious, which competed with Kids for Sundance props, blogs Fest21. And as Style Blog notes, he's both talented and easy on the eye.

Ruffalo showed a talent for acting at an early age, telling Tavis Smiley he felt he had to fake a religious experience to keep from disappointing his grandmother at the tender age of 8 (this via Atheist Media, though Ruffalo is respectful of his mixed religious upbringing in an interview with Hollywood Reporter).

Since then he's played various memorable roles, including Laura Linney's stoner brother in You Can Count on Me, one reason Marie Claire thinks he may be the best actor of our generation.

What else have you seen Mark Ruffalo in?