Sam has been keeping his distance from his father. When his father dies, he goes home for the funeral, and to see if his father left him any money so that he could bail himself out of his latest jam. But he learns that his father left all of his money to someone named Josh Davis. He finds him and learns that he is the troubled son of a woman named Frankie. Sam thinks she is his sister. He doesn't give the money cause he needs it. He makes contact with her but doesn't tell her who he is. Eventually they become friends and even helps Josh with his problems. Written by
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29 June 2012 (USA)
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Opening Weekend: $4,255,423
(29 June 2012)
(17 August 2012)
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?
When sitting down with Michelle Pfeiffer
to discuss the character of Lillian, Alex Kurtzman
decided on a more naturalistic, slightly disheveled look for the role. As he described it: "this woman probably hasn't put on make-up in a year. She's been sitting by her dying husband's side and when we first meet her in the movie, that's where she's at. If we're too glamorous in this portrayal, it'll ring totally false." Pfeiffer agreed wholeheartedly and altered her otherwise glamorous image to play the grieving widow. See more
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Six Rules: 1. If you like something because you think other people are gonna like it, it's a sure bet no one will. 2. Most doors in the world are closed, so if you find one you want to get into: you damn well better have an interesting knock. 3. Everything you think is important, isn't. And everything you think is unimportant, is. 4. Don't shit where you eat. 5. Lean into it: the outcome doesn't matter. What matters is that you're there for it. 6. Never sleep with someone who has more problems ...
References The Fly
Written by Carlos Battey, Steven Battey, Jonathan Rotem, John Robert Smith and Dijon "Mann" Thames
Performed by Mann
Contains a sample of "I Can't Wait" as performed by Nu Shooz See more