Big Daddy

Theatrical Release: June 25, 1999
Big Daddy
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Synopsis

Attempting to impress his girlfriend, an immature law school grad adopts a five-year-old boy under the false pretense of being his biological father. Our hero soon comes to love the child, despite sleep deprivation, irritating children’s songs, and bed-wetting.

Dove Review

Content Description

several profanities, one by a child; several obscenities; much crudity and sexual innuendo; the lead teaches the child to urinate in public and to profane God's name; two gay men kiss; the lead implies that if you disapprove of homosexuality, you are the same as being a member of the KKK; the lead lives with his girlfriend, who in one scene scampers out of bed with little on; the lead also teaches the child to do what pleases yourself even if it bothers others; the homeless are the brunt of jokes; often mean-spirited humor.

Info

Company: Columbia Tri-Star Pictures
Writer: Steve Franks
Director: Dennis Dugan
Producer: Sid Ganis
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 95 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13