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King of California


Michael Douglas, Evan Rachel Wood, Willis Burks II, Kathleen Wilhoite View All


Mike Cahill (Screenplay), Mike Cahill (Director) View All

Release: Jan. 24th, 2007
Runtime: 1 hour, 33 minutes
Charlie gets released from an insane asylum and moves in with Miranda, the young daughter he left behind. Charlie believes that there is treasure hidden beneath the local Costco, so he puts together a plan to unearth the loot. By convincing Miranda to quit her job at McDonald's and instead work at the wholesale store, he is able to obtain a key. Although Miranda is skeptical, she helps her father with his irrational quest.
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The Gnat
Michael Douglas does a wonderful job as the slightly crazy father figure, and Evan Rachel Wood does a wonderful job playing a very mature seventeen year old who has basically had to run her life.
We admire Miranda's independence, but Charlie is so darned likable that we really want to see he and Miranda mend fences, as old and rickety as those fences might be We want this to happen because of Michael Douglas' colorful performance in the starring role, a performance that endears the viewer ....