Fortunes ★★ 2005 (R)
Three thirty-something buddies are having early midlife crises in this surprisingly appealing comedy-drama. After a bar night, two of the guys impulsively stop at a fortune teller. Married Phil (Hale) is told his young son is in danger and he becomes neurotically overprotective, while Lewis (Urban-iak) becomes a weird recluse after suddenly quitting his stressful job. This leaves cocky James (McGlone) to help out his boys while dealing with a career setback when he fails to get an expected promotion. 91m/C DVD . James Urbaniak, Mike McGlone, Tony Hale, Diana Henry; D: Parker Cross; W: Matt Salzberg; M: Tobin Sprout.
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