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The movie explores all the right to die issues of a cancer stricken father who has has chosen to stop all medication and take himself off life support within forty-eight hours. One sees how the Jewish family members respond to each other and how the father says goodbye to his wife, son, and daughter. 
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Newark Star-Ledger
The digital photography is crummy, and the characters who most need to convince ... feel created out of whole cloth. Polyester cloth, at that.
June 13, 2014
The Film Stage
Lullaby is the kind of film that's best described as a having been cobbled together from an indie scrapyard.
April 12, 2016
After about ten minutes of enduring this manipulative, seemingly-endless weeper you'll just wish he would go ahead and die already.
June 16, 2014
John Hanlon Reviews
Jenkins and Hedlund do great work here but it's the unnecessary supporting characters who undermine what could've been a strong drama.
June 18, 2014
Seattle Times
A tortured weepie that can't quite figure out what sort of movie it is, "Lullaby" wears out its welcome fairly quickly.
June 12, 2014
A film like "Lullaby" should both enlighten and inspire debate. Instead, it feels simultaneously superficial and overbearing, albeit with a few moments that do indeed resonate.
June 13, 2014
New York Times
The kind of manipulative, cliché-infested hokum that alienates moviegoers by its insistence on hogging all the tears.
June 12, 2014
Los Angeles Times
With the ever-expanding number of adults able to stay alive longer because of medical advancements, quality-of-life issues are top of mind for many folks. It's the way the filmmaker makes the point that is the problem.
June 12, 2014