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Robert's Review

The sequel to 2005's "Are We There Yet?" Nick Persons (Ice Cube) is now married to Suzanne (Nia Long) and he's trying to be a good father to her two kids. With a new baby on the way, they realize that they'll need more room and decide to leave the big city and move into a quiet suburban house. However, the house isn't exactly what they had been expecting and quickly becomes a very costly "fixer upper" project. Everything needs to be fixed... the floors, the walls, the roof, you name it. In the midst of dealing with this major remodeling project, Nick become increasingly furious with the local everyman Chuck Mitchell Jr. (John C. McGinley) who acts as the local realtor, contractor, city inspector, midwife, and just about every other job you can think of. He's everywhere and Nick just can't stand him... blaming him for selling them a house that's just falling apart, charging them insane prices to fix everything and causing problems with his family (who just seems to love having Chuck around).

"Are We Done Yet?" seemed like a very appropriate title because I kept asking myself that very same question all throughout the movie... it was so bad that I couldn't wait to leave the theater. The characters are all incredibly one-dimensional and the humor was mostly just slapstick and physical comedy (which wasn't very entertaining)... example: Nick falls through the roof and lands hard, Nick wrestles a huge fish, Nick runs from a viscous deer, etc. It just wasn't interesting or entertaining at all. Adding to that, I could not stand the Chuck character... he was so unbelievably annoying throughout the entire movie and in my humble opinion... he's quite possibly the worst character since Jar Jar Binks (yes, the character was THAT bad). I also really hated how Nick's family loved having Chuck around and ostracized Nick in the process. Nick was the only somewhat "normal" character in the entire movie. Overall, the script was simply horrible and I'm never going to watch this steaming pile again...

All in all, I'd give this movie 1 STAR (out of 5). Re-watch value: NONE (I'd rather sit on a cactus... on purpose).

Brett's Review

"Are we done yet?" is a lighthearted comedy about the recently married Suzanne (Nia Long), and Nick (Ice Cube) Persons. Now married and expecting their third addition they have 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 (Aleisha Allen) and Kevin (Philip Bolden). But when his new home quickly becomes a costly "fixer upper" and he finds himself at the mercy of an eccentric contractor, Nick's suburban dream becomes a riotous nightmare. However their idea of a dream home is disturbed by a contractor Chuck Mitchell Jr. (John McGinley) with a bizarre approach to business. As this movie dragged on I kept feeling like it was almost a remake of "The Money Pit" only without Tom Hanks or "Mr. Blandings builds his dream house" without Cary Grant. This movie while having a few funny moments seemed to repeat those moments over and over again, trying to drag a laugh out of the same joke. The acting was typical for this type of Ice Cube movie, and the cinematography was ok (really nothing to write home about.) McGinley did a decent stand up job of portraying a multiple personality type of character, and he was actually one of the really funny characters of the movie. Overall however I just felt this was a movie that shouldn't have come to pass, and I kept thinking throughout the entire 92 minutes is Are We Done Yet.

Overall Rating: 2 Stars (out of 5). Re-Watch Value: Low (If it's on cable for free then maybe.)

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