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World's Greatest Dad

Rated R for language, crude and sexual content, some drug use and disturbing images.

R 99min.
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A high school poetry teacher and single father discovers that the thing he covets most in life may not be what makes him truly happy in this pitch-black comedy directed by Bobcat Goldthwait, and starring Robin Williams. Read More
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Lance Clayton
Kyle Clayton
Jerry Klein
Principal Anderson
Mike Lane
Bert Green
Dan Spencer
June 06, 2011
This movie by far one of my top five worst movies ever. What were they thinking. . I had to check to see it was a comedy more than once. Oh my. Terrible movie. Not funny at all.
May 24, 2011
Black humor ****** best. Pain, simplified. An great movie that heralds back to the days when artists used the medium at hand, in this case film, to send a message. One of grief, acceptance, and the general chaos of human existence. Watch it from start to finish. Cast aside what you accept as \"Horrible\", \"Disgusting language and content\" and take with you that life is not
February 12, 2010
Horrible film! Disgusting language and content. The language belongs only in porn films. ********** wants to see a 15 year old masterbating/axphiciating himself? Hanging dead in a closet? This is a film that should not have been made.
December 27, 2009
This film is much darker than any film that Williams has done in the past. His son dies while Masterbating to his teacher/fathers girlfriends pic....Bobcat is a genius...and rather than accept the fact that his son was a below avarage person in general he constructs this tortured genius profile around the boy. Other than being funny this movie pack a powerful message we could all learn from. When
September 17, 2009
Wow! This film is possibly my favorite of all time. It's dark, it's rude, it's shocking, it's offensive, it's hilarious! way to go Bobcat

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