King of California

Friday, September 07, 2007

Michael Douglas has gotten rave reviews for his role in the dark comedy King of California. He plays Charlie, a man just off a two-year stint in a mental institution trying to reconnect with his long-suffering teenage daughter. His schemes to reverse the family's fortunes bring them together, for better or worse.

King of California opens on September 14 at the Lincoln Square Cinemas and the Angelika Film Center.

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Comments [4]

Chicago Listener

This has the same title as a book by Mark Arax, an L.A. Times writer. Any connection?

Sep. 07 2007 12:39 PM
speck from union square

this may help...

nuclear ˈn(y)oōklēər; -kli(ə)r



Sep. 07 2007 12:38 PM
Connie Holperin from Larchmont, NY

PLEASE instruct him on the correct pronounciation of the word "nuclear". I think he is a smart person, we share a birthday, 9/25, and would hate to put him in the same catagory as our horrible president.

Sep. 07 2007 12:32 PM
Erin from Brooklyn

I can't take him seriously because I can't stand his wife. Chain smoking while pregnant images of her on the beach haunt me.

Sep. 07 2007 12:17 PM

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