Peep WorldHD Closed Captioning
Barry W. Blaustein
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On the day of their father's 70th birthday party, four siblings come to terms with the publication of a novel written by the youngest sibling that exposes the family's most intimate secrets. The film stars Michael C. Hall, Sarah Silverman, Rainn Wilson, Ben Schwartz, Judy Greer, Kate Mara, Taraji Henson, Lesley Ann Warren and Ron Rifkin.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 26
- Fresh: 6
- Rotten: 20
- Average Rating: 3.6/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: A a family circus of dysfunction that's so familiar you may feel tempted to place bets on how everything will shake out, and painless enough that you might not resent doing so.
Rotten: So lame it barely gets a rise out of permanent erection jokes.
Rotten: By turns flat and strained, "Peep World" is a collection of personality disorders in search of a story.
Rotten: After a promisingly tart start, the strident satire stumbles and falls into a sitcom-y hole from which it never emerges, despite the game efforts of its dynamic ensemble.
very funny movie
I really enjoyed this film - it's quite an ensemble and while it's very funny it's also a great commentary on family dynamics. I love Michael C. Hall as Dexter so it's nice to see him play such a different kind of character whose life is anything but in control.
I wish I could have bought it!
This movie was clever, charming, hilarious, and sometimes painful to watch. Most of these characters exist in my family, either by blood or by choice. My only reget was that had they lengthened the run time they could have come a little more full circle or developed a couple of the characters or story lines a bit more....another way of saying I would have loved to have seen MORE! Worth the unusually high rental fee.....enjoy!!
was lucky enough to catch this at the gala screening at the Toronto Film Festival - I can't wait to see it again as I missed a lot of the jokes because the audience was laughing so much - Rainn Wlison and Sarah Silverman are great in this as is Michael C Hall but Ben Schwartz and Kate Mara definitely have the funniest scenes!