A perpetual bachelor of independent means borrows a young boy to pretend he is a single parent. The boy decides he likes him and forces his way into a friendship, intent on matchmaking for his unmarried mom. And so the reluctant friendship develops, as they each fill a gap in the other's life...
101 minutes, Parental Guidance (Language)
Ian Douglas: Just as in the States, the distributors chose to open this opposite another blockbuster, which is odd,
because this movie is actually pretty good. It's not a rom-com in the traditional sense, although it does have aspects
of that genre. More of a male conflict-and-bonding affair. The trailer does not do it justice, it seems more tailored
for an American audience. Enjoy.