Langella’s character, recently 80 years of age, lives, imposingly, in the house claimed by his grown-up girl Kate (Christina Applegate) and her significant other Brian (Billy Crudup). Things are somewhat packed in the house: Kate and Brian have two children, hot-to-jog (on the off chance that you’ll pardon the expression) team promoter Annie (Nicola Peltz) and rather more pulled back Nick (Alex Shaffer), and Langella’s Ray has a spouse, Estelle (Mary Kay Place). The motion picture starts on a bustling morning. Brian’s made a request to go to a stopped up can, Annie’s taking under-the-shirt selfies to content to her football-player beau, and the unendingly testy Ray has a regular checkup.
At said arrangement, Ray discovers that the heart surgery he had two or three years before hasn’t totally settled his issues, and he secretly tells his specialist he doesn’t need any new surgery.