Families together can often equal disaster. Ok, so films generally take the dysfunctional family to a whole new level, but who doesnt love the entertainment it provides.
But there's about to be a new dysfunctional family on the block with the release of Jason Segels new film Jeff, Who Lives at Home, in cinemas from 11 May.
Still living at home in his mothers basement in his 30s, and with his brothers wife on the brink of an affair, Jason Segel, Ed Helms and Susan Sarandon epitomise the classic dysfunctional family.
So to celebrate the film's release, we count down the Top 10 dysfunctional families that have made it to the big screen - and it's not just Jeff who should be worried.
We cover every family unit from the Heslops in Muriel's Wedding to the Griswolds, it could be worse Jeff!
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