3 Days with Dad

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The last thing Eddie Mills (Larry Clarke) wants to do is go home to deal with his dying Dad (Brian Dennehy). But the Catholic guilt gnaws at him, and he returns home to his crazy family, an overbearing step-mother (Leslie Ann Warren) , and his bear of a father. Once there, Eddie is confronted with a revelation that forces him to deal with the past he has always avoided.


  • Lesley Ann Warren
  • Julie Ann Emery
  • J.K. Simmons
  • Amy Landecker
  • Brian Dennehy
  • Jon Gries
  • David Koechner
  • Sam Trammell
  • Chris Bauer
  • Mike O'Malley

Did You Know?


  • One of the last scenes in the Movie between Eddie and Sue is shot in front of the immortalized Bracken House in Hancock Park (Kim Basinger's home in LA. Confidential. She won the Academy Award as the Veronica Lake lookalike character ). The perspective is from the front yard so the house is never seen. It was shot at sunset with 2 takes in 20 minutes.
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Sep 12, 2019

The high-wire tonal balancing act proves a little wobbly at times, resulting in a film that is feels less than the sum of its parts. But some of those parts work very well, providing moments of uncomfortable hilarity and genuine poignancy.

Metacritic review by Frank Scheck
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
Sep 12, 2019

It’s those human touches that make 3 Days with Dad endurable. And if they don’t quite save it (the difference between character actors and leading actors is not skill, but charisma), they at least give it purpose, with the occasional break for levity.

Metacritic review by Roger Moore
Roger Moore
Movie Nation
Sep 11, 2019

3 Days with Dad touches upon subjects like familial differences, living up to your parents’ expectations, sibling rivalry, and generational differences. Too bad it’s all been done before, and better. Its flaccid visual approach and meandering, morose plot may make you pull the plug on your TV set.

Metacritic review by Alex Saveliev
Alex Saveliev
Film Threat