Yes it's painfully corny and surprisingly vulgar, but this embarrassing attempt at a father-son heart-warmer just happens to feature two Hollywood legends, and they're both in terrific form. That alone is enough to spare the film the
obscurity it otherwise deserves. Once known as the "Polish Prince" for his prowess in the boxing ring, Harry Agensky (Kirk Douglas) now spends his days in British Columbia, recovering from the stroke that has impaired his speech but not his zest for life. Determined not to wind up in some
old-folks home, Harry convinces his son Lance (Dan Aykroyd) and 15-year-old grandson Michael (Corbin Allred) to drive him down to Reno, where he insi...