Movie Review for Parenthood
An 80s movie that gives a lesson about parenting. A family deals with every aspect of parenting.
The film Parenthood is about a man named Gil Buckman (played by Steve Martin) whose troubled childhood has given him a reason to go that extra mile for his kids.
The movie Parenthood is a comedic, yet truthful, movie about how families raise their kids and handle everyday life situations.
Gil Buckman - Steve Martin
Helen Buckman Lampkin Bowman - Dianne Wiest
David Brodsky - Dennis Dugan
Karen Buckman - Mary Steenburgen
George Bowman - Paul Linke
Frank Buckman - Jason Robards
Nathan Huffner - Rick Moranis
Larry Buckman - Tom Hulce
Julie Buckman-Lampkin Higgins - Martha Plimpton
Tod Higgins - Keanu Reeves
Susan Buckman Huffner - Harley Jane Kozak
Garry Buckman-Lampkin- Joaquin Phoenix
Marilyn Buckman - Eileen Ryan
Grandma - Helen Shaw
Kevin Buckman - Jasen Fisher
TriviaThe movie Parenthood is a combination of stories compiled from the writers and directors’ personal parenting stories.
Director Ron Howard’s daughter makes a cameo in Parenthood.
Dianne Wiest won for Best Actress In A Supporting Role for the role of Helen in Parenthood.
80's Film Facts:
The Movie Parenthood was released to theatres on 08/02/1989 by Universal, and grossed $100,047,830 at the box office in the US.
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