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James Morosini’s “I Love My Dad” grabs the eternal adage of “write what you know” and sprints towards the edge of a cliff. 

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The story is true: Morosini’s father pretended to be someone else online in order to check in and be close with the son 

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who had blocked him on social media. It’s such a bizarre concept, such a painfully sad move to be close to someone 

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that you have to laugh. “I Love My Dad” lets the viewer do that over and over,  

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creating a roller coaster ride of one desperate and awful idea after another,  

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one that’s bound to crash and burn albeit with confident style.  

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Writer/director Morosini plays himself in the situation, as a young man named Franklin who has just left rehab after living through a suicide attempt. 

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There is something so exhilarating about a comedy that’s in full control of its jackpot premise 

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“I Love My Dad” is the kind of story that doesn’t overthink what makes it so laugh-out-loud funny 

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