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WELCOME TO THE RILEYS is a powerful drama about finding hope in the most unusual of places. Once a happily married and loving couple, Doug and Lois Riley (James Gandolfini and Melissa Leo) have grown apart since losing their teenage daughter eight years prior. Leaving his agoraphobic wife behind to go on a business trip to New Orleans, Doug meets a 17-year-old runaway (Kristen Stewart) and the two form a platonic bond. For Lois and Doug, what initially appears to be the final straw that will derail their relationship, turns out to be the inspiration they need to renew their marriage. -- (C) Samuel Goldwyn
Release Date Welcome to the Rileys Oct 29, 2010 Limited
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Actors For Welcome to the Rileys

Melissa Leo,James Gandolfini,Kristen Stewart

Genres Welcome to the Rileys : Drama

Visitor Ranting & Critics For Welcome to the Rileys

User Ranting Welcome to the Rileys : 3.4
User Percentage For Welcome to the Rileys : %
User Count Like for Welcome to the Rileys : 16,928
All Critics Ranting For Welcome to the Rileys : 5.6
All Critics Count For Welcome to the Rileys : 77
All Critics Percentage For Welcome to the Rileys : 55 %

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Review For Welcome to the Rileys

Stewart lets it all hang out in a firecracker role but her damaged character never achieves the depth the weak material could have done with.
David Jenkins-Time Out

"Welcome to the Rileys" sets out to be a study of grief and how to overcome it, but it rings too false to offer much hope - or entertainment.
Connie Ogle-Miami Herald

It's as if Tony Soprano and Bella Swan had landed the two leads in somebody's amateur theater company, and this is what the lucky audience gets.
Steven Rea-Philadelphia Inquirer

"Welcome to the Rileys"? Thanks, but no thanks.
Michael O'Sullivan-Washington Post

Welcome to the Rileys is a reminder that good, or at least intriguing, things can come in what seem to be predictable packages.
Cary Darling-Dallas Morning News

Terrific acting by James Gandolfini and Melissa Leo -- and a noble effort from Kristen Stewart -- goes a long way toward salvaging it.
Bill Goodykoontz-Arizona Republic

Kristen Stewart ever runs out of "Snow White" sequels, this is what her post "Twilight" career should look like.
Roger Moore-McClatchy-Tribune News Service

For every moment of raw self-destruction there is an equally charming resolution.
Ben Kendrick-ScreenRant

[It] will win no prizes for originality, but it benefits greatly from the subtle performances of the two leads, particularly Leo...
Jeremy Aspinall-Radio Times

It's a preposterous story, yet for part of its duration at least, Gandolfini as the slouching, baggily dressed Doug and Leo as the reawakened wife manage to make it rather touching.
Philip French-Observer [UK]

If it could be too slow-burning for some, it is at least a refreshing change from a pattern of film-making that never gives you a moment's rest because there is nothing under the surface.
Derek Malcolm-This is London

It's downbeat and has little to say about the grieving process, and while Gandolfini and Leo are memorable, Stewart is not.
David Edwards-Daily Mirror [UK]

Gandolfini's bashful, bear-like Doug is endearing but most of this earnest film just doesn't ring true.
Allan Hunter-Daily Express

It's a well-made film, and New Orleans is crisply and interestingly shot by cinematographer Christopher Soos, but this ultimately looks like a TV movie dressed up for the big screen.
Peter Bradshaw-Guardian [UK]

Despite its indie sensibilities, under the surface it's a pure Hollywood heart that beats here.
Alex Zane-Sun Online

Stewart's strung-out, frowzy performance is a timely reminder that the girl can act, but despite strong work from all three leads, the facile screenplay runs out of things to say fairly quickly.
Robbie Collin-Daily Telegraph

The dialogue and ponderous drama got lost even before the camera rolled.
Nigel Andrews-Financial Times

Observant writing and direction make this exploration of grief surprisingly uplifting.
Rich Cline-Shadows on the Wall

Quietly assured and superbly written, this is an emotionally engaging drama with a trio of terrific performances from James Gandolfini, Kristen Stewart and Melissa Leo.
Matthew Turner-ViewLondon

Movingly written and exquisitely played by the three leads, this never gets bogged down in sentiment or lazily opts for easy answers.
Tim Evans-Sky Movies

It's not horrible. It's just directed and written with a heavy hand and a sensibility that could use a lot more restraint.

...a consistently watchable piece of work that benefits substantially from its stellar performances...
David Nusair-Reel Film Reviews

Surprising twists lead the story in unexpected directions. The actors get credit for making you care about these characters. The audience develops a temporary bond during the 110-minute running time.
Keith Cohen-Entertainment Spectrum

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