Sons of Tucson
What would you do if you didn't have a father and thought you only needed one to stop you from getting separated from your brothers? Odds are that you might just do what the three young lads in "Sons of Tucson" opt to do - they hire some guy, Ron Snuffkin (Tyler Labine), to pretend to be their father as their real one is in prison. It's a tried and true concept, having been employed very successfully for summer camps and private schools in more than one film. As for Snuffkin, he may not win a Mike Brady Father of the Year Award, but that doesn't mean that he is completely without a clue. Also, he's funny, and this is a comedy, so funny is a good thing.