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I Love My Dad Release Date, Cast, Plot, and All the Latest Details

I Love My Dad is an upcoming 2022 American parody movie composed and coordinated by entertainer and producer James Morosini, in his subsequent component in the wake of coordinating the satire film Threesomething (2018). It is enlivened by James Morosini’s actual valuable experience.

This parody film is created by Daniel Brandt, Sean King O’Grady, Patton Oswalt, Sam Slater, and Bill Stertz. I Love My Dad debuted at the South by Southwest Film Festival on March 12, 2022, where it won the Grand Jury Award and Audience Award for Narrative Feature.

I Love My Dad Release Date

I Love My Dad will release on Aug 05, 2022, and is coordinated by James Morosini. This film will be 1 hr 30 min in length and will be accessible in the English language.

James Morosini, Patton Oswalt, Lil Rel Howery, Amy Landecker, Claudia Sulewski, Rachel Dratch, and Ricky Velez will play the stars cast in this film. I Love My Dad scores a 7.6 digit glut rating out of 10 and will be a splendid film to watch in the Comedy classification.

The Storyline

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I Love My Dad is a satire film that spins around the relationship of a dad and child. Initially, Franklin, a high school kid is shown leaving an emotional well-being office as he needed to commit suicide some time back and has self-destructive considerations.

Diane, his mom, attempts to direct him away from whatever could build his despondency. His father Chuck carries on a couple of states away and has been not able to co-parent after their separation. Throw frantically needs to associate with his child Franklin.

In any case, Franklin hinders his dad Chuck via web-based entertainment, his dad chooses to “catfish” his child by mimicking a lovely server named Becca on the web. Throw then, at that point, says he will drive Franklin to Maine to meet Becca to invest more energy with him.

The excursion is his last endeavor to reconnect with his child. This makes a few issues for his desolate and as of late self-destructive child who he desires to help.

The film is extremely interesting and resounds with guardians who are stressed over safeguarding their computerized local youngsters. At any point could Franklin pardon his father when he figures out reality? Can the dad and child reconnect? Watch the parody film to figure out more.

 

 

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