You've met the Simpson's and the Griffins ... Now meet the Davies family
Hamster, which of whom is a late twenty early thirties male that is on vacation in New York for the first time in his life with parents Christmas, and Juggs Davies.
As all three of them have been looking to visit the city of bright lights and tall buildings for sometime, mainly to see a professional Broadway show in the cities theatre sector, nonetheless, the family has been thinking about it for many years. We, then, meet Danny Calpown, his beautiful daughter Julie and his brother-in-law Bruno, as they furthermore, are all soon heading to the same theatre, immediately as the Davies family is. Following a short mistake over tickets purchased online, the Davies are given the Calpowns private seats, and, as a result of an abnormal unsympathetic discussion with Christmas and the theatres, unique customer service representative who was working that day, considering the Davies had gotten to the theatre previous to the Calpowns, but when the Calpown's arrive they also have to sit elsewhere, which oddly causes Danny's daughter Julie to go into an artistic design tantrum, but in a new way.
Once, in the acting theatre, Hamster, who is currently sitting high above the crowd, makes direct eye contact with Julie whom is sitting below hyperventilating because, of the awful material on the chairs and walls in the theatre, plus, the unusual people around her. During the intermission, the Calpown's and the Davies finally meet, however, when Danny finds out that he lost his box seats to Christmas, seeing he and this family do not often go out together either, he energetically spites on Christmas's shoe. Later, Julie offers to take Hamster out for a drive the next day, which he later accepts, as a romantic encounter of another kind is apparently awaiting to happen, although, meanwhile, in another part of the theatre, we shortly meet Bones, Julianne, and Greeko, better known as the Fantsolli brothers, who are looking on that have some kind-of business association, with Calpown, though it is not apparent if they could be mobsters, or are just in the dry cleaning business.
As the next day arrives, Hamster, and Julie turn up missing; while Danny becomes worried, but in total hysterics, and promptly converses with Bruno in their own family house who is not too concerned, although Danny needs to find Christmas and Juggs, which are having breakfast at their hotel, meanwhile, Hamster and Julie are driving around New York in her new convertible, given to her as a graduation present from dear old dad, seeing her driving is not the greatest, but stops at a particular dog park that she likes to visit regularly.
While in her vehicle attempting to make the moves on Hamster, nonetheless, both of them fall out into a large pile of animal, inhospitable surroundings, even though the Fantsollis are looking on from a distance, to later take them to Mama's gym where they are afterwards held hostage. After some discussion, Bruno remembers that Julie likes to visit an unusual park in the city, while he and Danny, Juggs, and Christmas, make their way there; nevertheless, Danny soon figures out that the two of them have been kidnapped, subsequent to they discover her car was abandoned at the park, and goes directly to Mama's, to get them back.
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|Size: ||1.6 MB|
|Publisher: ||Waterloo Regional Pictures|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9780988087156 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|