A Few Good Years

A Few Good Years

Director: Fred Schepisi Cast: Michael Douglas, Kirk Douglas, Rory Culkin

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Overview

A family takes on the difficult task of learning how to get along with one another in this emotional comedy drama. Alex Gromberg (Michael Douglas) is a middle-aged man who feels caught in the middle of his familial obligations as he muddles he way through a midlife crisis. While a successful businessman, Alex sometimes still feels as if he's under the shadow of his father, Mitchell Gromberg (Kirk Douglas), a successful attorney whose skills in the courtroom outstripped his gifts as a parent. Elderly Mitchell has recently survived a stroke, and Alex and Mitchell want to mend their relationship while there's still time, but making it so proves difficult, even with Alex getting advice from his wife, psychologist Rebecca (Bernadette Peters), and Mitchell being prodded by his long-suffering wife, Evelyn (Diana Douglas). Alex is also trying to reach out to his two sons, who are as different as night and day; college student Asher (Cameron Douglas) is an aspiring club DJ who seems to be styling himself to bear no resemblance to his father, while 11-year-old Eli (Rory Culkin) is an overly serious lad who is having trouble navigating the first steps of adolescence. It Runs in the Family marked the first time Kirk Douglas acted in a film with his son Michael Douglas; adding to the family atmosphere was Michael's son Cameron Douglas, working with his family for the first time, and Diana Douglas, Kirk's former wife and Michael's mother.

Product Details

Release Date: 11/24/2015
UPC: 0887090114004
Original Release: 2003
Rating: PG-13
Source: Olive Films
Region Code: A
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:49:00
Sales rank: 62,360

Special Features

Feature commentary with director Fred Schepisi; The making of It Runs in the Family; Kirk Douglas and the movies; Deleted and alternate scenes; Theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Michael Douglas Alex Gromberg
Kirk Douglas Mitchell Gromberg
Rory Culkin Eli Gromberg
Cameron Douglas Asher Gromberg
Diana Douglas Evelyn Gromberg
Bernadette Peters Rebecca Gromberg
Michelle Monaghan Peg Maloney
Geoffrey Arend Malik
Sarita Choudhury Suzie
Irene Gorovaia Abby Staley
Annie Golden Deb
Mark Hammer Stephen Gromberg
Audra McDonald Sarah Langley
Colman Domingo Actor
Marc Damon Johnson Professor Edwards
Robert Montano Officer Crane
Keith Nobbs Marc Stein
Stephen Singer Dr. Kaplan
Jerome Bates Officer McDonough
Cameron Boyd Skateboarder
Ian Boyd Skateboarder
Antonio D. Charity Jogger
Alvin Crawford Male Nurse
Roy Milton Davis Homeless Man
Ray Demattis Italian Waiter
Brenda Thomas Denmark Teacher
Lisa Ann Frisone Homeless Woman
David Greenspan Howard
Adam Grupper Principal
Shantell Herndon Young Jogger
Linda Johnson Teacher
Bob Kaliban Jim Lindsay
Derek Kelly Driver
Demetrius Kiprakis Skateboarder
Wynter Kullman Katie
Mark Ledbetter Young Jogger
Carmen Lopez Rosario
Adrian Martinez Mitchell's Doorman
Sara Meyer Jogger
Jonathan Mondel Morgan
Adam Mucci Officer Samms
Erik-Anders Nilsson Jogger
Kelly Overton Erica
Josh Pais Barney
Joel Rooks Suit
Sho Ma "Xiao" Skateboarder
Louie Torrellas Jeremy

Technical Credits
Fred Schepisi Director,Executive Producer
Marit Allen Costumes/Costume Designer
George Allison Art Director
Ian Baker Cinematographer
Michael Barosky Sound/Sound Designer
Patrizia Von Brandenstein Production Designer
Joel A. Douglas Associate Producer
Michael Douglas Producer
Marcy Drogin Co-producer
Paul Grabowsky Score Composer
Susan Jacobs Musical Direction/Supervision
Avy Kaufman Casting
Diane Lederman Set Decoration/Design
Kerry Orent Executive Producer
Todd Pfeiffer Asst. Director
Jesse Wigutow Co-producer,Screenwriter
Kate Williams Editor

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A Few Good Years 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I recently had the chance to see this film and genuinely liked it. I empathized with Alex very much and loved the line when his father, Mitchell says "You're a much better father than I am" in which Alex replies, "You didn't really set the bar that high, Dad." How true at least for me. Fathers wake up! Your sons are listening!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Great family movie..we enjoyed it even my 20 year old.