David Basner is a successful advertising executive who has it all: Money, happiness, and women who want him. Then one day his world falls apart when his mother leaves his father. Now, he must balance his life between his mother, who is happy with her newfound independence, and his father, a recently laid off salesman who is hard-headed, stubborn, and hides a lot from David. Now David must cope with the downfall of his family and his life. Written by
Pat McCurry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
It's a comedy. And a drama. Just like life.
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Did You Know?
Several Ringo Starr
references were made in the movie: David aims at being a fourth partner in the firm just like Ringo was the fourth person to join the Beatles. David plays with drum sticks, a reference to Ringo being a drummer. Then when doing auditions for grandmothers, Roger mentions how Ringo Starr had become a grandfather in his 40s. See more
David's Jeep has an automatic transmission in some scenes, a manual transmission in others. See more
I'm just protecting my balls, just as, I'm sure, at one time or another, you have protected your own
Referenced in There's Nothing Out There
Until you say you love me
Performed by Aretha Franklin
Written by Narada Michael Walden
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