Nick (Ice Cube) and Suzanne (Nia Long) decide to move to the suburbs to create a better life for children Lindsey (Aleisha Allen) and Kevin (Philip Bolden). But their idea of a dream home is disturbed by a contractor with a bizarre approach to business. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Are We Done Yet?
Newlyweds Nick (Ice Cube) and Suzanne (Long) decide to move to the suburbs to provide a better life for their two kids. But their idea of a dream home is disturbed by a contractor (McGinley) with a bizarre approach to business.
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Are We Done Yet? torrent reviews
Kevin L (nl) wrote: To me, this movie has a lot of fight scenes. The music is good. The plot is very interesting.
Jaimey P (br) wrote: A documentary about a talk show host who was way ahead of his time who knew how to pull all emotional strings out of people, very similar to the idea of socialite "Donald Trump" running for president in 2015-2016. Sadly like all of us humans Morton Downey Jr. was flawed to the bone and was his own undoing, but his contribution to what we call "reality" television today can't be underestimated...
Nancy Y (fr) wrote: Hahahah the falling pants act is a classic!!!!!!
Brian C (mx) wrote: Just terrible. Nothing being offered to the table. Even the puppets are underwhelming.
Deidre R (us) wrote: Awesome movie, no matter what time of year.
Noname (au) wrote: A drama movie about a homeless ex boxer and a young journalist / sport reporter that gets his chance for a top story.. Samuel L Jackson did a superb role here but that i already knew he would , he hardly fails. The flick was rather slow sometimes and not much boxing / action but otherwise a nice story. Are u looking for a good drama , go ahead.
Damjan R (ca) wrote: Intense and pensive, but at times stiff and didactic in its treatment of the subject, 'Munich' charts the path of the destructive power of the circle of violence which never ends. Spielberg walks a fine line here, stepping only seldom aside to let the screenplay talk some sugary generalities, but the character work on Avner more than makes up for any slippage. Could use a little bit of tightening, as its length tends get in the way of the storytelling, but overall, this is a strong effort.
Jen B (kr) wrote: The majority of reviews I read prior to watching this compared the movie to Saw and Cube however both of those movies required overcoming obstacles and booby traps to survive. If the movie were to be compared to any existing film The House on Haunted Hill would be the closest. House of 9 follows nine seemingly random people who are kidnapped and locked in a house together with the sole intent of only one "survivor" who will win 5 million dollars. The survivor, of course, being the one who systematically kills off the other eight. This movie was very good and I regret not having seen it earlier due to previous reviews and comparisons. It speaks more on human nature and will keep you guessing as to what will happen next
David D (de) wrote: Hmmm, sounds like fun!
Phil N (it) wrote: Cool indie mockumentary about a mail order bride from Burma and the guy she ends up married to. It then takes an unexpected twist as he reveals a dark side and she ends up shacked up with the director, who then becomes the main subject. You could easily be fooled into thinking this is for real as it's pitched perfectly by all concerned, but the way the story spirals out of control rather gives the game away, especially when the cameraman's elderly father gets involved in the guy's little revenge plot! Has some very funny moments (especially the 'pigs' exchange) and plays nicely on some of the cliches of its topic.
Clemens H (it) wrote: Not exactly what I had expected but still impressive. Due to some necesseties some of the stuff in the film is pretty trashy (e.g. the earthquakes) but it also gives it an own spirit.Funny, tragic, weird and uncontainable in watching it once.
Steve C (us) wrote: Breillat explores confusion in female sexuality through 14 year old Lili, a virgin who's desperate to be rid of what she sees as her deficiency, as if the world of adulthood, love, and romance will magically welcome her the moment she does. She's confused about her desires. In one poignant scene, Lili blames herself for not being attracted to the man she thinks she should sleep with. As if there were something wrong with her, and any NORMAL woman would want to do it. When she balks at the sexual act, she tells him he's despicable, accuses him of assault, wonders why she's not attracted to this man, then when they part, she asks him out again. Great insights, but the ending throws me off. When Lili finally has sex, she does so in an inconsequential encounter, a loveless thing with a teenage boy she has no feelings for, and the scene's presented as sexual liberation. Yes she's "taken back" her body (from patriarchal claims of ownership? from misogynistic fascination with virginity?) but she still has no idea what she wants, or how she feels, she's still estranged from her self, and the notion of sex as consumable good, or that empowerment arises from having emotionless sex "like a man" reminds me of Sex and the City and the faux feminism of Girl Power. What's all that about?
Paul B (jp) wrote: Normally, I can't stand imperialism in Africa, but I like how at the end the British and the Zulus subsided their differences.
Don S (br) wrote: A run of the mill romantic comedy with the cute as a button Michelle Monaghan in the lead. The concept is pretty ridiculous, and the ending is entirely predictable. Still, it is hard to make a rom-com I don't enjoy in some aspect, it is just that the sameness also makes it difficult to make one I consider outstanding. This is on the lower end of decent.