Directed by: David Duchovny
Starring: Anton Yelchin, Robin Williams, Tea Leoni, Erykah Badu, David Duchovny, Frank Langella, Zelda Williams, Magali Amadei, Olga Sosnovska
Synopsis: On his son's 13th birthday, a man decides to tell his family what happened to him when he was 13.
Full of cliches and painfully earnest with an unoriginal story. There was one exchange between Tommy and 'Lady' that was supposed to be touching and was supposed to make me cry but all it did was make me groan. That particular "moment" has been done before and to much greater effect. Oh, and Duchovny was a terrible narrator and Yelchin was sometimes irritating. On the plus side, I liked Robin and Zelda, and the music was mostly great.