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I have strong feelings for this movie I think after the good son people didn't stopped caring for Macaulay Culkin but this was a great experience
It's good movie to watch
It's kinda entertaining, but feels unfocused! Mac refused to accept the fact that his film career was going down the drain, and no exception here!
An ideal film for a Sunday afternoon. Enjoyable
I don't know....it wasn't horrible. It was just weird. Very weird.
Wannabee Home Alone cash grab. Burn this movie.
I liked this film way more than I thought I would, just the idea was so new to me, I am a big fan of Culkin and he made this movie stand out and worth while. Though the plot progresses slowly and I wish more could have happened to develop a better relationship between father and son, I enjoyed every second of this movie :)
Small time crook Ray Gleason (Ted Danson) just committed the perfect crime, but it took one small thing to screw it up - a visit from his son. Because after a lifetime of being ignored, Timmy (Macaulay Culkin) is getting even!
also stars Glenne Headly, Saul Rubinek, Hector Elizondo, Sam McMurray, Kathleen Wilhoite and Dann Florek.
directed by Howard Deutch.
Though it is heavily formulaic and far from Home Alone's charm, Getting Even With Dad still has some laughs and a lot of heart along with Macaulay Culkin's decent, clever performance.
A little cheeseball, but within the gimmicks are a few good moments.