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When Frank Collins (Reno Wilson) suffers from writer’s block, he decides to start a day care for his father-in-law (Danny Trejo) and other seniors as a way to make quick cash, while giving him time to still work on his next book. Eventually getting a small group to care for, Frank soon learns that these are not your typical seniors and they can’t be easily corralled. With a code enforcement officer challenging the legality of his business, and his senior charges getting into all kinds of trouble, Frank’s work days become anything but effortless. Featuring an all-star cast of TV’s greatest stars, Grand-Daddy Day Care is a hilarious story for the young, and the young at heart.

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I have to say this movie is quite funny.  We have a multigenerational household and we are familiar with so many of the struggles.  Yes, this is a comedy but it also addresses some real life struggles.  You would think it is easy to care for older citizens but it is definitely not always easy – every day can bring about many challenges.  It is even more entertaining when you have four generations under one roof – there is hilarity in every age group.  In this particular film I love the horseshoe to the head scene.  I highly recommend this film for so many reasons – we all need to learn to appreciate our differences, especially as we get older.

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