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Christopher Walken is hilarious as Nat, an eccentric con-artist and deadbeat dad dying to reconnect with his troubled son, Flynn (Alessandro Nivola, The Eye, Laurel Canyon). Diagnosed with a terminal illness, Nat shanghais his reluctant son into driving him cross-country for experimental medical treatment. Low on cash, they pull off increasingly ridiculous and embarrassing schemes along the way to reach their destination spending only $5 a day. Boasting a star-packed cast that includes Sharon Stone, Amanda Peet and Dean Cain, $5 A Day is an irresistibly fresh and charming comedy about letting go of the past and choosing your own road.
Title: $5 a Day
Genre: Comedy-Contemporary
Starring: Christopher Walken, Alessandro Nivola, Nectar Rose, Josh Berry, Babak Tafti, Christopher Hagen, Sharon Stone, Amanda Peet, Taylor Warden, Bridget Anne White
Director: Nigel Cole
Studio: Image Entertainment
Attributes: Widescreen, Dolby, Digital Theater System
Release Date: 8/24/2010
Original Year: 2008
Product Type: Blu-ray
Rated: NR
UPC: 014381600353
Item #: IMA006003

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