With a new baby on the way, the Persons family leaves city life behind for the wide-open country. So when Suzanne finds herself in a jam and needs someone to escort her kids to meet her in Vancouver for New Year's Eve, Nick gladly opens the door of opportunity. Some of the outdoor scenes feature realistic ambience. Undeterred by this statement - or his buddies, who dog him for loitering in the stalking-friend zone - Nick keeps hanging around. He gets beat up and his brand new car is destroyed.
Everything in his life is perfect until he meets Suzanne Kingston, a business woman who has something Nick hates - children: Lindsey and Kevin. What could possibly go wrong! The release has subtitles in English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Unfortunately, Kevin and Lindsey hate Nick, and he has to try to make it to Vancouver, unaware of the terror and torture he is in for. Please select and accept your settings before you continue. With his wife pregnant with twins and Nick not having sufficient space to work, it's decided that what the family needs is a new place to call home. She is going there to setup a party for New Year's Eve. After Nick Persons Ice Cube brings his new wife Suzanne Nia Long and her two kids to live with him in his bachelor pad apartment, he soon realized there just isn't enough space for all of them.
This release is a shameless promotion that coincides with the sequel's theatrical debut, which is in April 2007. When Nick soon learns that he's out of his league as a budding Bob Vila, he calls a contractor, who turns out to be the same person that sold him the house, Chuck Mitchell John C. McGinley who seems just as much at home playing Sergeant O'Neil in Platoon as he does one of the Bob's in or multi-profession Chuck Mitchell in Are We Done Yet?. With strong dialogue reproduction, Are We Done Yet? So when Suzanne finds herself in a jam and needs someone to escort her kids to meet her in Vancouver for New Year's Eve, Nick gladly opens the door of opportunity. They don't like their mom dating guys and hope their dad will come back into the picture.
Blu-ray Review A surprisingly funny and touching Family Comedy sports solid picture quality. The simple journey of getting on a plane and making a short trip from Portland, Oregon to Vancouver, Canada turns into an awful mess. The problem is that everything about the movie relies on overused cliches and it fails to put them into a comical light. The live-action footage exhibits a pleasant, film-like transfer throughout. We've added full specs including box art to our 'Are We Done Yet? It could be the best way to win her heart. Please leave feedback if you are happy with your purchase it helps my business grow. Ice Cube may very well be one of the more underrated actors working today.
Thanks and good luck bidding. Colors are bold but a bit warm, and flesh tones sport a slightly rosy appearance. Next up is a collection of bloopers 480p, 3:07 , followed by The 'Are We Done Yet? Overview A man named Nick is a lifelong bachelor, but considers changing his lifestyle when he meets a beautiful woman named Suzanne and falls in love with her. After the 3 miss a plane and then, train, they drive. Now married to Suzanne, Nick Persons has bought a quiet suburban house to escape the rat race of the big city and to provide more space for his new wife and kids Lindsey and Kevin. One New Year's Eve, while Suzanne is away on business, Nick decides to take the children on a road trip to surprise their mother, but the children are only interested in making the trip as difficult as possible for Nick in order to scare him away. I accept returns within 14 days provided the item is in the condition in which you received it.
If there is an issue with your item s please contact me via message before leaving a negative or neutral, I always respond in a timely manner and aim to rectify the problem with my buyers. The approach to comedy was slapstick with lots of over-the-top situations and performances. Instead, the movie feels tiresome and lacks anything to stay interesting. There are also dubbed 5. But it's McGinley who steals the movie with his truly bizarre yet mesmerizing performance; aside from some pratfalls, Cube spends most of the movie staring in horror or astonishment at McGinley as the tall lanky white man walks a very fine line between comedy and schizophrenia. The Persons family survived the road trip, but can they survive home ownership? I thought he was fantastic in Friday along side of Chris Tucker, but his standalone comical attempts, e.
One of the more recent efforts is Are We Done Yet? Blu-ray delivers stunning video and great audio in this enjoyable Blu-ray release Nick and Suzanne decide to move to the suburbs to create a better life for children Lindsey and Kevin. A sequel to Are We There Yet? The stone wall surrounding the house boasts fabulous texture. He is an aging bachelor who runs a high-end sports collectible store. Seeing as quite a bit of Are We Done Yet? It has cast and crew Thomas Ackerman, Aleisha Allen, Matt Alvarez, Philip Daniel Bolden, Stephen Coren, Ice Cube, M. He hopes his sweet new ride, a Lincoln Navigator, will help him get more women. Reviewed by , October 15, 2009 I can fix that.
While the film isn't likely to crack anyone's top-ten list, it makes for a fun time at the movies given that viewers can take it at face value, enjoy it for what it has to offer, and not find fault with too much that makes it onto the screen. Grass crunches underfoot, leaves rustle, insects buzz, and rain falls and thunder claps in the background in chapter 13 to subtle yet realistic effect. Featuring strong audio and video presentations and a few easy extras, Are We Done Yet? Sony's Blu-ray release serves the film nicely. With the market flooded by atrocious pictures like and and only moderately passable fare like , it's no wonder that many film fans have turned up their noses and closed their wallets to what appears to be a sinking ship devoid of creativity and legitimately funny story lines, banking instead on stale plot lines and washed up actors to pique even the slightest bit of interest in the latest in family-friendly entertainment. It is love at first sight.