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Hannah Proctor 7 years ago
Another cheesy '90s movie.
Charles Barker almost 7 years ago
Getting Even With Dad is a 1994 American comedy film starring Macaulay Culkin and Ted Danson. The movie is about a dysfunctional father-son relationship. Timmy Gleason (Macaulay Culkin) is Ray Gleason's (Ted Danson) estranged son, who tries to blackmail his ex-con father into spending time with him. Ray and two cronies (Saul Rubinek and Gailard Sartain) pull off a rare coin heist, and then Timmy arrives wanting to share father-son time. He hides the coins and uses them to blackmail his father. The police are suspicious of Ray, and Detective Theresa Walsh (Glenne Headly) is over-zealous in her undercover observance of him and Timmy, as she begins to become infatuated with him. Macaulay Culkin's character was supposed to have a short haircut in this movie, but Culkin, who had let his hair grow at the time, liked his looks and did not want to cut it. His father, Kit Culkin, demanded on behalf of his son that he be allowed to keep his hair the way it was, pointing out that his character...
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