Heartwarming Comedy “$5 A Day” Comes To Blu-Ray, DVD. Image Entertainment presents a heartwarming comedy about a father and son struggling with the cost of rebuilding their relationship. “$5 A Day” features an award-winning cast led by Christopher Walken. Nigel Cole directed the 2008 film starring Walken as Nat, an eccentric conman who although content with a life of schemes and underhanded deals, he desires to reconcile with his son Ritchie (Alessandro Nivola), who stopped trusting his father a long time ago. But Nat doesn’t have much time left. After being diagnosed with a terminal illness, he cons Flynn into joining him in a cross country journey to an experimental medical facility. The two realize that to reach their destination, they can only spend no more than $5 a day. To make matters worse Ritchie has obstacles of his own, including an imminent divorce from his wife Maggie (Amanda Peet), and being fired from his job as a Health Inspector. Needless to say, he was also recently released from jail. Growing up with Nat, the troublesome Ritchie inherited some of his unique ways of dealing with situations. Ritchie accepts his father’s offer against his will, and they travel by car from New Jersey to New Mexico, making stops in Pennsylvania, Indiana, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas. Along the way, as expected, many things happen – some hilarious -, which make Ritchie learn more about his father. Along the way, too, they visit Dolores Jones (Sharon Stone), who happened to be Ritchie’s babysitter, and with whom Ritchie had a crush as a kid. Their journey is laden with emotions as well as ridiculous schemes to keep within their budget. Its DVD and Blu-ray are now available at an SRP of $27.98 for the DVD and $29.98 for the Blu-ray.
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Shock jock Bubba the Love Sponge Clem was missing from the radio this morning, following news that two handguns and an honorary sheriff’s badge were taken from his car Wednesday night after a burglary at a St. Petersburg bowling alley. Police recovered the items after witnesses reported a description of the burglars and undercover officers arrested two men. Clem’s 2005 Chevrolet Suburban was among three vehicles reported burglarized at the Sunrise Lanes on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St. N at 11:07 Wednesday night, according to St. Petersburg Police. The radio personality reported a fanny pack was taken from his vehicle containing credit cards, a bank card, two handguns and an honorary sheriff’s badge from Indiana; Clem has a concealed weapons permit. Clem’s boss at WHPT-FM (The Bone 102.5), the Tampa station which airs his top-rated morning radio show, said the host decided to sleep in today after staying up late Wednesday night handling details related to the burglary. His program airs at 6 a.m. weekdays. “If it would have happened to me, I would have done the same thing,” said Jay O’Connor, Tampa market manager for WHPT owner Cox Radio. “I’d rather he get a good night’s sleep than feel the need to come in and do a bad show.”
Nicholas Reynard McCant, 19, and Mario E. McCant, 20, were arrested and charged with a range of offenses relating to the burglary, including grand theft, resisting arrest and violation of parole, according to police.