“The Family” Movie Review
By SOPHIA ZARIFOPOULOS
If you are looking for a great, action comedy movie, “The Family” is something for you to see. Directed and written by Luc Besson, the audience is entertained by the Manzoni family, a former mob clan, who have moved to a town in Normandy, France under the Witness Protection Program.
Giovanni Manzoni and his family are forced to join the Witness Protection Program after he sells out his former members of the Italian Mafia. This family has trouble fitting in in their under-the-radar locations, forcing them to move from place to place. Their new location is Normandy, France where they have a very difficult time fitting in with the villagers.
This is a fun movie, and its genre could appeal to many because it is filled with comedy, thrilling moments, and hilarious action-packed scenes. The cast is great and very well put together. Robert De Niro, Dianna Agron, Michelle Pfeiffer, John D’Leo, and Tommy Lee Jones all star in the film. The only downside to this movie is the frequent use of foul language and other semi-inappropriate scenes. This movie is Rated R.
Overall, I would give this movie four stars out of five because it is fun, light, and most of all, fabulous entertainment.