The behind the scenes story of "The Partridge Family" TV show, told from the point of view of young Danny Bonaduce. Problems include Danny's jealous father, David Cassidy's overnight fame, ... See full summary »
Two childhood friends grow up. One has a family and the other has a career. One relationship may make or break a family. Paul, the teenage son, must decide what he wants for his future. ... See full summary »
Brian Austin Green,
Harley Jane Kozak
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Three 40-something best friends from Los Angeles are flying to Paris when their plane makes an emergency landing in Cleveland. Realizing that all the norms from Los Angeles don't apply anymore, they decide to celebrate a city that values real women and stay where they're still considered hot.
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We are in the tunnel. Thirty seconds to stage. Stand by.
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You can tell that David had his hand in this and spent some time on it.
I liked the "real" take on things (relationship with father, the concerts, all the chicks, drugs, etc) instead of the other bubble gum versions.
Everyone seemed to get their characters down well. Andy did a great job of mimicking David's gestures, speech patterns, the sighing, etc. He had to have spent time with Cassidy getting all of that down.
This is a good version of behind-the-scenes Partridge/Cassidy. All in all, I've got a better impression of Cassidy...he has lived through what very few people ever get to go through. It must have been surreal to live through that.
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