Looking for Mr. Goodfather

A painfully correct comedy and a cheerfully subversive one celebrate family values

It's one of those days for Daniel Hillard (Robin Williams). First he gets fired from his job, then he gets fired from his marriage, pretty much for the same reason: the man has a passion, verging on the unreasonable, for protecting and nurturing children, and it makes more sensible people crazy.

His job is to supply the voices for a Sylvester-and-Tweety type of animated cartoon; he loses it when the villainous cat forces the victimized bird to inhale a cigarette and Daniel insists on improvising antismoking dialogue for the sequence, so that kids in the audience clearly understand the full horror...

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