On one of the first days in town, Belle gets upset when a store makes fun of her because she wants peanut butter. She then plants a bomb near the store. Meanwhile, the kids are taking over at school. The boys get a big surprise when they try to pick up Belle. Warren is in the principals office for theft, bribery and more. He's a chip off the old block for sure.
When the old gang finds out where Fred and his family are located, it's one plane trip until the entire town gets shot up, bodies fall like leaves off a tree, and the kids out maneuver the CIA agents in gun-power skills.
There are plenty of plot holes in this film. That aside, I can't say The Family is really good or bad. Among all the deaths and bloodshed, there are moments of humor. Pfeiffer appears funny throughout. Maybe her prior role in Married to the Mob paid off. Agron and John D’Leo create great characters, and De Niro almost always engages an audience. So fans of these actors might enjoy this film.