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Surprisingly heartwarming, easy to watch comedy exploring the depths of father/son relationship.
Loved it. What is wrong with me; the critics hated it! Enjoyed the acting, especially by Frank's four children and friend "Richie".
Snooze fest. This is why Jim never gets leaf roles
just good movie but bad saddest whole family n cowardly father ....most important fresh movie n good 5 star!!!
Very watchable, all the characters were likeable. The situation was used to create entertaining situations, not contrived for cheap laughs. Just the right amount of dramatic tension.
Great start and build up, the writing and acting nailed the discovery and teen angst. Only lackluster part was the ending.
Had some laughs but the story was bad and unbelievable. I am not sure why his son felt sorry for his father by the end of the film.
I just saw Being Frank by renting it on Vudu. I wish it had a bit more humor in it.
Quite clever and funny. Difficult to mesh this subject matter but the filmmakers accomplish it well.
Loved it, charming...enjoyed the acting as well as guessing just what he might do. Honest and human