How ironic that the gentleman in this story goes by the name of Christian (Joshua Burrow), when he's such a less-than. Actually, he does ask Dr. Spago (Tim Douglas) to call him "Chris," at one point, stating that the Dr. is starting to sound like his mother.
Dr. Spago is bad too. Suggesting that acid can be therapeutic. OMG(awsh)!
But, back to Christian. He's bad. He's jacked with his marriage, his career and his only value is taking care of his son Dylan (Dylan Mars Loff), for which we hear entirely too much about.
What makes this a B movie?
Not sure if it's the lack of a plot, the lack of character by the characters, their complete lack of talent or the surplus of physical intimacy between Chris and Jamie (Stephanie Fieger).
Your time would be better spent polishing garbage cans, gathering slugs, lugging heavy, greasy items back and forth from the your garage to a neighbor's house, befriending homeless pigeons or counseling wayward squirrels.
Christian: Gotta keep hope alive.
Christian: I'm doin' my best to get things right, this time around.
Christian: I'm just happy she wants me in her life.
Christian: We aint goin' backwards.
Jamie: It's for the three of us, so we don't lose this.
Jamie: We're family. We're together.
Jamie: Your father used acid as a form of therapy?
Jamie: I can't help but think (that) we('ve) let Dylan down.
Christian: I think we're stronger now and Dylan is a tough kid, so...
Directed by: Nicholas Reiner
Written by: Nicholas Reiner
Starring: Daniel Brennan, Joshua Burrow and Stephanie Fieger
Rated: Not Rated
Taglines: Send in the clown.
Time: 85 minutes
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