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Good things can come from broken homes & inethical choices
on August 21, 2017
Paul Giamatti is great as always.
Bobby Cannavale is great as the love sick nostalgic sidekick
Anything with Margo Martindale (The Americans, etc) has to be good
Alex Shaffer is very good as the laid back, laconic, wrestling phenome
A stressed elder care lawyer moonlights as a wrestling coach in part to relive his high school glory days. Though he is drowning in debts his wife stays home with their two daughters instead of working for a salary.
Their lives become even more complicated, but better, when the teenage grandson of one of Giamatti's clients suddenly shows up and wants to stay to avoid his selfish self-centered addict mother and to get to know his grandfather who is suffering from dementia.