Rated PG-13 · 111 minutes · 2014

Drama, Romance
At the tender age of 13, Henry Wheeler (Gattlin Griffith) grapples with the pains of adolescence while caring for his troubled, reclusive mother, Adele (Kate Winslet). One day while shopping for school supplies, Henry and Adele encounter Frank Chambers (Josh Brolin), an intimidating man but one who clearly needs their help. Frank convinces the two of them to take him into their home, but later it becomes clear that he is a convict who has escaped. Based on the novel by Joyce Maynard.
Director: Jason Reitman
Producer: Lianne Halfon, Russell Smith, Jason Reitman, Helen Estabrook, Steven Rales, Mark Roybal, Michael Beugg and Jeffrey Clifford
Cast: Kate Winslet, Josh Brolin, Gattlin Griffith, Tobey Maguire, Clark Gregg, Tom Lipinski, Maika Monroe, J.K. Simmons, James Van Der Beek, Brooke Smith, Dylan Minnette, Brighid Fleming, Alexie Gilmore, Lucas Hedges and Micah Fowler


Labor Day


Subscribe to this thread:

Add a review

Roll over stars and click to rate.

What others are saying (8)

Seven Days Labor Day Movie Review by Rick Kisonak 02/05/2014
Colorado Springs Independent Despite two amazing actors, Labor Day fails with a twisted love story Single? Lonely? Starved for human touch? Why not get yourself kidnapped and held hostage by an escaped convict? Guaranteed relationship starter! by MaryAnn Johanson 01/29/2014
Inlander Tied Up Labor Day teaches us that you might just fall in love with a kidnapper by Maryann Johanson 01/30/2014
5 more reviews...
North Coast Journal Franken-fail It's not alive, but Spike & Mike is by John J. Bennett 01/30/2014
Portland Mercury This Ain't Titanic Labor Day is a boring movie about boring people. by Alison Hallett 01/29/2014
Creative Loafing Charlotte Labor Day: Holiday weakened Rating: ** by Matt Brunson 01/31/2014
North Coast Journal Growing Boys Labor misses, Awkward aims low by John J. Bennett 02/06/2014

Now Showing

  1. Fri 23
  2. Sat 24
  3. Sun 25
  4. Mon 26
  5. Tue 27
  6. Wed 28
  7. Thu 29

    Find reviews & showtimes for all films in town.

© 2018 Tucson Weekly | 7225 Mona Lisa Rd. Ste. 125, Tucson AZ 85741 | (520) 797-4384 | Powered by Foundation