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In honor of Father's Day, check out this list of movies that celebrate dear old dad in the title.
Adam Sandler adopts a kid to impress his girlfriend. And win the Razzie Award for Worst Actor. Hey, at least you know he’s got a sense of humor.
Two unemployed fathers get laid off and decide to open their own day-care center. And when one of those dads is Eddie Murphy, you know there’s gonna be some laughs.
Steve Martin stars as the nervous father-in-law-to-be in this remake of the Spencer Tracy classic.
Daniel Day-Lewis and Pete Postlethwaite star in this powerful political docudrama.
A thoughtful comedy in which Robin Williams, in a movie written and directed by Bobcat Goldthwait, must deal with the unexpected death of his teenage son.
Ted Danson and Jack Lemmon star in this film about a son who learns to be closer to his father in a time of crisis.
A baby-faced Katherine Heigl stars as a teenage girl on vacation with her father, played by Gerard Depardieu, in this comedy-romance.
Eddie Griffin, Anthony Anderson and Michael Imperioli all learn that they are about to become fathers...so they’d better grow up fast!
Bill Cosby stars as a dad who is determined to keep in touch with his children...from the afterlife.
In this 1947 film, a stockbroker finds that he has little control over his wife or children...one of whom is a teen dating the stunning Elizabeth Taylor.
Marlon Brando plays a dad who wants to pass the family business down to his son. That business just happens to be a crime dynasty.
In the '80s, body-switching movies were all the rage. This incarnation featured Dudley Moore and then teen heartthrob Kirk Cameron.
In this bittersweet and critically acclaimed drama, a dedicated father comes to learn that his child was actually switched at birth. It does not star teen heartthrob Kirk Cameron.
Patrick Swayze stars as a deadbeat dad who kidnaps his kids. Based on the true life story of Michael J. Hardy.