Comedians and actors discuss about darkish comedy I Love My Dad


Plenty of films have been pinned on reputedly foolproof plans that go catastrophically awry in execution; much less frequent is the film that hinges on a scheme so ill-advised, so rife with conceivable for disaster, so assured to quit in failure that one wonders why a personality would even strive it in the first place.

The new movie I Love My Dad falls into the latter category, which was once exactly what drew celebrity Patton Oswalt to it. His face-voice combo has that one of a kind some thing that makes a man or woman a sought-after personality actor and triumphing comedian, memorable but unobtrusive.

He’s shot hours of standup specials, regarded in at least one episode of all your preferred sitcoms from Parks and Recreation to Curb Your Enthusiasm (though he counts Arrested Development and Just Shoot Me! as the ones he most needs he could’ve booked), and gathered film roles from liked comedies to the voice lead of Ratatouille to an awards-tipped dramatic flip in Young Adult.

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