This is a story about the breakup of the family. In particular, it focuses on the lifestyle of three divorced men. The film is presented from their perspective and it reveals their relationship with their children, ex-wives, girl friends, male friendships, and their identities as divorced men. In addition to dealing with divorce, the film touches on spousal loss and young adult homelessness. The film can be considered a social commentary that is both comical and emotional. Written by
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Donny, Dave and Vic are best friends. They have everything in common ... ex-wives, new girlfriends, and the kids for the weekend.
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In 1995, both this film and Houseguest
(1995) featured extensive McDonald's product placement, but neither film was accompanied by a promotional tie-in with the fast-food restaurant. See more
I ran into Marty Allen, he and Leslie are getting a divorce.
They're splitting up? Marty and Leslie?
After eleven years!
Just goes to show you, you're never safe. Eleven years, busting his ass, bringing home the paycheck for what? He must have done something really terrible, like leave the cap off the toothpaste.
Actually, he was sleeping with his secretary.
Features The Yearling
Performed by Dean Martin
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Jack Brooks
Courtesy of Capitol Records under license from CEMA Special Markets See more