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There've been so many films made concerning father-son relationships but if you're looking for the most genuinely realistic one, this is it.
Many young professionals experience a much different life at work than at home and that leads to a lot of stress, broken marriages, and lots of counseling hours.
Tom Hanks before his superstardom in Saving Private Ryan, Forrest Gump and Cast Away with the Great One,Jackie Gleason in his final movie role.
A perennial favorite of mine. Jackie Gleason's last acting role and a poignant, funny, thoroughly entertaining moviePublished 2 months ago by Victor S. Fleishel
I am a big fan of Mr. Hanks and I am old enough to have watched and enjoyed many hours of "The great one" on television. Both are very talented in their own ways. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Fred Houpt
Looks of good actors and compelling stories. I do get tired of this stereotype that young female professionals are heartless and lacking in empathy, and too full of ambition. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nancy Howard
I first saw this on VHS back in the 80's when I was stationed out in Germany. Tom Hanks wasn't nearly as big (no pun intended) then as now, and I still thought of him first from... Read morePublished 4 months ago by John S. Dean
A very young Tom Hanks stars as David, an up and coming ad executive in Chicago who plays hard and works hard. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jill Clardy
Jackie Gleason, in his final film role, plays the icy, stonewalling father of a hyperactive, professional Tom Hanks. Read morePublished 4 months ago by drqshadow
This father son movie is pretty entertaining. I don't much care for Gleason but he holds his own in this
one and is OK to watch what will happen. Read more
My wife had never seen! So I ordered the film as a stocking stuffer for Christmas, and she really loved it, as I didPublished 10 months ago by Frank Calabrese