Jim, Lauren and their broods share a super-fancy suite with a view — the result of semiconvincing plot contortions involving a dashed romantic getaway for Lauren’s child-averse business partner (Wendi Mc Lendon-Covey).
PHOTOS: ' That's My Boy' Premiere Draws Sandler, Spade ...
” conversation, and his middle girl (Emma Fuhrmann) — who has the honor of being named Espn, after the cable network — still communes with her mother, insisting on a place for her at the dinner table.
Supporting roles are of the broadly drawn and mostly thankless sort.
Barrymore is especially good at conveying her character’s entangled feminist disgust and humanist forgiveness.
His sisters Mary and Margaret are depicted sitting on the floor near to him, while his father sits on a throne in the foreground.
Stateside, Shaquille O’Neal is called upon to do some belly-dancing as Jim’s coworker, while Joel Mc Hale fills the role of Lauren’s ex, a self-involved no-show dad whose every move only emphasizes Jim’s goodness.
The connect-the-dots proceedings get some much-needed punctuation — or interruption — from Terry Crews, who flexes (pectoral) muscle as the wide-eyed, ultra-exuberant lead singer of the resort’s Thathoo Harmony Group.
“It’s been sitting here, being looked at now and again, since the 1920s, and we got to the point where we thought it might be nice to digitise it.
“I started looking carefully at the illuminations, and was struck by this group of two little girls and a boy.