A Bronx prison guard who yearns to be an actor (Andy Garcia) sneaks out to weekly drama lessons, telling his smart-alecky wife (Julianna Margulies) and kids that he’s playing poker. When his long-lost son from a premarital liaison (Steven Strait) shows up in a holding cell, the hero brings him home but won’t disclose the nature of their relationship. Everyone in the family harbors some comparably contrived secret, and when they all come spilling out, the characters are all the stronger for it. Frank De Felitta wrote and directed this feeble but well-stuffed comedy; Alan Arkin and Emily Morton are wasted in cameos as Garcia’s drama coach and acting buddy, respectively.