PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama
An aspiring actor has his life turned upside down when his ex-wife dumps off their bossy, wild daughter into his custody.
In the beginning of the movie, we see a reference to Powers Boothe showing up at the Emmy Awards ceremony to collect the award he had won for playing Jim Jones in the middle of a Screen Actors Guild strike. Although Nick Nolte was not nominated for an Emmy that year, everything else shown about the incident really happened in September, 1980.
Washington? Washington, boy, that must have been a big adjustment.
Nan Mulhanney: It wasn't that bad. Both places have a lot in common: Over-privileged people, crazed by their fear of losing their privileges. Alcoholism. Addiction. Betrayal. The near total ...
A few shots were cut from the original R-rated version to receive a PG-13 rating.
$4,702,625 6 February 1994