Expecting yet another generation gap-inspired lecture, Douglas (John Magaro, right) is surprised when his father (James Gandolfini) genuinely opens up to him. Enjoy this scene, as it’s the only truly impressive display of acting, writing and directing in an otherwise inane and deadly dull drama. Courtesy photo

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