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Father's Day (1997)
Starring: Billy Crystal, Charlie Hofheimer, Nastassja Kinski, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Robin Williams
Director: Ivan Reitman
Category: Comedy
Studio: Warner Bros.
English, Spanish, French
99 mins



All she said was "My son is yours." Unfortunately, she said it to both of them.

Jack Lawrence (Billy Crystal) is a lawyer, the kind always ready to help you get what's coming to him.Dale Putley (Robin Williams) is a shambles, a minor writer and major goofball. They have nothing in common - until they team to track down a runaway teen each believes might be his son.

Fathers' Day is "the mother of all comedy events" (Pat Collins, WWOR-TV), pairing two of the funniest on the planet and directed by Ivan Reitman. Crystal quips and Williams connips as they bicker, bond..and plunge deep into the uncharted neighborhood called parenthood. In this neighborhood, there's a laugh around every corner.