But he balks at Erin's suggestion that he open up more to his sister.
Eventually, though, (with Pacino's help) Jack comes to an understanding of his special relationship with Jill.
Slapstick and physical comedy throughout: Jack's son punches his Aunt Jill, and she falls off her chair.
Jack, disguised as Jill, shoves and hits Al Pacino, and he retaliates.
Basically the only time I laughed was when he was on screen doing something.
On the downside, women who don't fit a certain standard of beauty are the butt of jokes, and there are some stereotypical depictions of a Mexican family.
Soooo…this post is about a month and a half over due. Otherwise shorter synopsis: cool, smart, and sexy dorky girl (who we will call Quantum Entropy) I had a connection with and was dating.
For those who don’t remember you can catch up with the preceding saga here (1) and here (2).
When young Gary asks his aunt why she doesn't have children, Jill explains that she never married and that that's a prerequisite for having kids and a happy family.
Indeed, Jack has a loving relationship with his wife, Erin, and their kids.