Movie review : Everybody’s Fine

RunPee - PeeTimes link
Everybody’s Fine
Everybody's Fine

Buy the soundtrack for Everybody’s Fine

Purchase at Amazon.com

Another ho-hum movie. Nothing much to say about it, either good or bad. This is a watered down performance from Robert De Niro.


-----Content continues below------

The World's Most Indispensable Movie App

The RunPee app tells you the best times to run & pee during a movie so you don't miss the best scenes.

As seen on
Download the RunPee app for free:
Get the RunPee app at the Google Play Store       Get the RunPee app at the Google Play Store
Read more about the RunPee app.


Times used to be that De Niro in a movie meant something. But de Niro playing an old man/father is something I can do without. Leave that to other old men. De Niro needs to play a character that could be bound to a wheel chair and still strike fear in the heart. Sadly, those days are probably passed. I think I’m going to go watch Head just to wash this out of my mind.

What did you think about Everybody’s Fine? Share your thoughts about the movie in the comments below.

Don’t miss your favorite movie moments because you have to pee or need a snack.  Use the RunPee app (Android or iPhone ) whenever you go to the movies. (We've been doing this over 10 years now.)  We always have Peetimes for the latest wide release films, including OnWard1917, Sonic the Hedgehog, etc.  You can also keep up with the latest movie news and reviews on our blog or by following us on Twitter @RunPee, and liking us on Facebook.

2 thoughts on “Movie review : Everybody’s Fine”

  1. Good job Dan, you really rock!
    Hi I’m Maggie from Beijing. Found your this website from a Chinese entertainment news accidentally.
    RunPee.com is so awesome,unique,useful and valuable. Like it a lot!
    I’ve been used http://www.bjstuff.com for quite a long time. I have posted a discussion for introduce it to everyone. Beijing has a large population, not mention the huge amount of foreigners…8)
    I’m interested in becoming a volunteer translator for English and Chinese.
    Best,
    Maggie

Leave a Reply