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Mad Families

The Hilarious Crackle Film Starring Charlie Sheen
Available Now on Digital and On DVD April 11
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From the Joe-Dirty minds of David Spade and Fred Wolf comes another epic tale of courage, family and untold stupidity. As the duo behind the hit film franchise Joe Dirt, Spade and Wolf team up again for Crackle’s MAD FAMILIES, currently available on digital and debuting on DVD April 11 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Starring Charlie Sheen (TV’s “Two and a Half Men”), the film centers on three families as they compete in a series of outlandish competitions for the same campsite during Fourth of July weekend. MAD FAMILIES also stars Leah Remini (TV’s “The King of Queens”), Naya Rivera (TV’s “Glee”), Charlotte McKinney (Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser), Efren Ramirez (Napoleon Dynamite) and Tiffany Haddish (TV’s “The Carmichael Show”). The film is directed and produced by Fred Wolf, and written by Wolf & David Spade.

Synopsis
On July 4th weekend, Saltstone Park brims with families eager to relax. At campsite 16, however, the Jones, Jones and Jonas families find that their campsite has been overbooked. What starts as a simple clerical error quickly spirals into a family feud fueled by the rivalry of three equally stubborn leaders: Jose, an affable but slovenly slacker; Franklin, a rising politician with a disdain for the outdoors; and Charlie, a goofy, alcoholic hairdresser. By way of porta-potty races and sexually-charged forest encounters, these determined families wage a ferocious war for the right to holiday fun.

MAD FAMILIES has a run time of approximately 87 minutes and is not rated.

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