A single mother from LA marries an Australian cattle rancher following a whirlwind courtship. He returns to Australia ahead of her and her two children, and dies before they arrive. His ... See full summary »
Bob Morrison, a successful composer of TV commercial jungles, is unhappy with his his lack of creative freedom in developing the definitive dog-food song. Frustrated, he heads out to ... See full summary »
It's time for the annual Dooley family reunion and Dooley matriarch Meemaw's 100th birthday celebration. But teenaged Billy is welcomingly distracted from wacky relatives and the ... See full summary »
Melissa Joan Hart,
David L. Lander
The Patriarch of the O'Brien family is a disabled sports journalist trying to balance his career from home and the family he is raising as a widower. Sean Austin plays one of his son, in a ... See full summary »
Arthur L. Annecharico
From what I remember this was a fairly bad movie... but it had one redeeming feature. The best part was the plastic surgeon's office, which was decorated nicely with autographed photos displaying of each of his female patients (unclad chests only). I find this scene particularly entertaining, because my brother went to college with the son of a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, and in this doctor's office, almost the exact same thing was on exhibition.... So that was cool. Otherwise, the movie pretty much blows. Don't see it unless you're really desperate to view one scene showcasing several faceless boob jobs
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