King of California
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An unstable dad who after getting out of a mental institution tries to convince his daughter that there's Spanish gold buried somewhere under suburbia.... (Full plot summary below)

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An unstable dad who after getting out of a mental institution tries to convince his daughter that there's Spanish gold buried somewhere under suburbia.

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Maxim - 9/10 by Pete HammondLike the character Douglas plays you may have to search to see this hidden gem yourself, but its well worth the hunt.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - 9/10 by Sean Axmaker... perfectly genial and agreeably modest character piece.
EricDSnider.com - 9/10 by Eric D. SniderIt's barely distinguishable from the many other independent films about eccentric people who do odd things, but hey, it ain't bad.
TV Guide Magazine - 9/10 by Ken FoxWood is excellent, but this is a career highlight for Douglas. His depiction of the manic Charlie stays surprisingly grounded and prevents the story from being a naive celebration of mental illness as a kind of freedom that it so easily could have become.
Detroit Free Press - 8/10 by Terry LawsonIntermittedly entertaining if mostly contrived.
San Francisco Chronicle - 8/10 by Walter AddiegoMike Cahill's King of California reminds me of those '70s-era pictures beloved of the counterculture about appealing rebels who go down in flames of moral victory.
Chicago Sun-Times - 8/10 by Roger EbertWhen you stand back a step from the movie, you admire Douglas and Wood for starting with potentially unplayable characters, and playing them so well we actually care about a quest that, in a way, seems more designed for Abbott and Costello.
Premiere - 8/10 by Glenn KennyThe result is enjoyable and frequently affecting. The one weak note is Douglas' performance — he does more than phone it in, but his essential Douglas-ness makes the character less believable than he might have been.
New York Daily News - 8/10 by Elizabeth WeitzmanCahill deserves major credit for keeping the story from becoming mawkish or twee. He was also wise enough to realize it's Douglas' show, and as soon as he steps into the frame, you'll know it, too.
The A.V. Club - 8/10 by Scott TobiasWith Douglas, the film's shambling charms slowly catch hold, thanks mainly to his personal magnetism.

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