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There are dysfunctional families... and then there are the Conways. After a family tragedy, 15-year-old Billy Conway has become the de facto glue between his bitter mom, distant brother, and stoic dad. But when Billy starts to act out, everything changes for him and his family.Written by
Geena Davis's first live-action film in seven years. See more »
While Billy Conway is delivering a cake to his neighbor Doug Post, from the angle looking out of the house once Doug opens the door. We see Billy standing there with the cake and a there is a large portion of the microphone along with the crew's fingers holding the mic just below the cake. See more »
[to Billy, after he confesses to being the streaker at the convenience store]
And you said, "I need to air my balls and steal from Drummond."
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It's 1982, and Billy Conway (Harrison Gilbertson) lives in a shattered family. Eight years ago, his family was in a car accident that killed his sister and made his brother a vegetable. His father has since left the family. His older brother is an angry drunk. His mother (Geena Davis) is struggling mightily to keep things together.
The boy is an irresponsible destructive selfish brat. It is impossible to root for him. Certainly he makes it hard to find anything likable in his behavior. It is very tiring to watch this idiot destroy everything he touches. Geena Davis does get some great lines. In one superb scene, she almost saves the movie all by herself. She's really the only thing to watch this movie for.
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