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Ben Affleck (Gone Girl), Jennifer Lopez (Hustlers), LIV Tyler (The Lord of the Rings trilogy), and George Carlin (Dogma) headline this irresistible heartfelt comedy from director Kevin Smith (CLERKS). Ollie (Affleck) is a smooth and successful big-city publicist who has the life he's always wanted until things take an unexpected turn and he finds himself an unemployed single father living back home with his dad in the suburbs. But just when he thinks his life has hit rock bottom, a sexy, no-nonsense video store clerk (Tyler) enters his life and shows Ollie that sometimes you have to forget who you thought you were and acknowledge what really makes you happy.
Ben Affleck (Gone Girl), Jennifer Lopez (Hustlers), LIV Tyler (The Lord of the Rings trilogy), and George Carlin (Dogma) headline this irresistible heartfelt comedy from director Kevin Smith (CLERKS). Ollie (Affleck) is a smooth and successful big-city publicist who has the life he's always wanted until things take an unexpected turn and he finds himself an unemployed single father living back home with his dad in the suburbs. But just when he thinks his life has hit rock bottom, a sexy, no-nonsense video store clerk (Tyler) enters his life and shows Ollie that sometimes you have to forget who you thought you were and acknowledge what really makes you happy.
810072549990

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Format: Blu-Ray
Label: PARAMOUNT
Rel. Date: 04/12/2022
UPC: 810072549990

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Ben Affleck (Gone Girl), Jennifer Lopez (Hustlers), LIV Tyler (The Lord of the Rings trilogy), and George Carlin (Dogma) headline this irresistible heartfelt comedy from director Kevin Smith (CLERKS). Ollie (Affleck) is a smooth and successful big-city publicist who has the life he's always wanted until things take an unexpected turn and he finds himself an unemployed single father living back home with his dad in the suburbs. But just when he thinks his life has hit rock bottom, a sexy, no-nonsense video store clerk (Tyler) enters his life and shows Ollie that sometimes you have to forget who you thought you were and acknowledge what really makes you happy.
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