Morgan Stewart's Coming Home

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Released 1987

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Director:
Paul Aaron , Terry Winsor
Released:
1987
Rating:
PG-13
Morgan Stewart's Coming Home is a 1987 comedy directed by Paul Aaron and Terry Winsor. Ignored by his family, Morgan Stewart (John Cryer) has been away at boarding school for seven years. Suddenly, his conservative family would like him to come home for the holidays. He feels as though he barely knows his father, Tom (Nicholas Pryor) who is a Repulican senator, or his social climbing mother, Nancy (Lynne Redgrave) who runs a tight ship. Morgan loves horror films and meets Emily (Viveka Davis), another horror film afficionado and the two start to spend time together. The more freedom Morgan wants, the more demanding and unbearable his mother becomes. Things go from bad to worse when Stewart realizes that the reason he was brought home was to improve his father's family man image. Steward decides that the way things operate around the house needs some improvement, so he sets out to make a few reforms himself.
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