Like father, like son. Whoever coined that one had never heard of Joe and Stanley Buckley. Joe is a ne'er-do-well fugitive who tends bar in Belize. All he knows of the son he hasn't seen in years is that "he likes computers," the understatement of the year. Susan, Joe's ex and Stanley's mother pleads with him to come up to an Oregon beach to attend his son's upcoming wedding. Joe barely makes it in time for the nuptials and stays on through Father's Day a week later, raising havoc throughout. Father's Day is at once tender, suspenseful and comical, but not a recommended parenting guide.