Movie Review – About My Father

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About My Father is a cute meet-the-parents type of comedy. These movies seem to roll off Robert DeNiro’s tongue without him even trying. Is it as funny as Meet the Fockers? No, but it was still a fun way to spend the afternoon. The story itself is a pretty old one, but what made this refreshing was the cast. Everybody amped up their characters and delivered a fine little film.

This would make a great date movie, especially if you want them to pop the question.

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I’m wracking my brain trying to think of more to say about this movie but it isn’t one that inspires much analysis.

Grade: B

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Rated: (N/A) Language | Suggestive Material | Partial Nudity
Genres: Comedy
Starring: Robert De Niro, Kim Cattrall, David Rasche
Director: Laura Terruso
Writer(s): Austen Earl, Sebastian Maniscalco
Language: English
Country: United States

When Sebastian tells his old-school Italian immigrant father Salvo that he is going to propose to his all-American girlfriend, Salvo insists on crashing a weekend with her tony parents.

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