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Are We Done Yet?

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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Released 2007

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Director:
Steve Carr
Released:
2007
Rating:
PG
Are We Done Yet? is a family comedy film that revolves around one family's chaotic move to a new home. Nick Persons (Ice Cube) sells his sports memorabilia store and marries his girlfriend, Suzanne (Nia Long). Along with her children, Lindsey (Aleshia Allen) and Kevin (Phillip Daniel Bolden), Suzanne moves into Nick's apartment. It is shortly after this that Suzanne finds out she is pregnant with twins. Needing more room, the family decides to search for a house in the countryside. A man named Chuck (John C. McGinley) shows them a beautiful house that needs a lot of maintenance work. The family decides to take the house and they hire Chuck to do the fixes. However, it soon becomes apparent that Chuck does not know what he is doing so Nick fires him. A series of hilarious events ensue that cause Nick and his family to wonder if the move was a good decision.

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  • 50

    Los Angeles Times

    Although Ice Cube is still happy to haul out his old snarl when it serves his purposes, he's clearly trying to reinvent himself as a family entertainer. But the milder he gets, the...

  • 40

    The New York Times Jeannette Catsoulis

    An ill-advised sequel to "Are We There Yet?" and a feeble fable of better parenting through home improvement.

  • 40

    Variety

    Supposedly based on "Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House," but has about as much to do with that frothy Cary Grant confection as a Yugo has to do with a 1948 Buick Roadster.

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    Comedy, Drama, Kids

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    Pre-Teens, Family Dramas, Tweens, Family Comedies, African-American Comedy