A cheerfully irrelevant movie about the petty problems of wealthy white folks who don't have any real ones, this is a loose remake of Vincente Minelli's innocuous Spencer Tracy vehicle, FATHER'S LITTLE DIVIDEND (1951). Attempting to fill Tracy's cruel shoes is Steve
Martin, who manfully muddles through the simultaneous pregnancies of his newly married daughter (Kimberly Williams) and middle-aged wife (Diane Keaton). Lots of Angst Lite about aging and a few genuinely funny bits -- some genial, some based on rather disturbing racial and sexual stereotypes --
keep things moving along at an engaging pace. In all, it's fairly harmless, tolerably sentimental and mildly e...