Cheaper By The Dozen
The Baker brood moves to Chicago after patriarch Tom gets a job coaching football at Northwestern University, forcing his writer wife, Mary, and the couple's 12 children to make a major adjustment. The transition works well until work demands pull the parents away from home, leaving the kids bored -- and increasingly mischievous.
- Category:Family, Comedy
- Stars:Steve Martin, Bonnie Hunt, Piper Perabo, Tom Welling, Hilary Duff, Kevin G. Schmidt, Alyson Stoner, Jacob Smith, Liliana Mumy, Morgan York, Forrest Landis, Blake Woodruff, Brent Kinsman, Shane Kinsman, Paula Marshall,
- Director:Shawn Levy,
- Writer:Frank B. Gilbreth Jr. (novel), Ernestine Gilbreth Carey (novel), Craig Titley (screen story), Sam Harper (screenplay), Joel Cohen (screenplay), Alec S
Tom Baker has 12 children from Anneher, who is preparing for marriage to the naughty twin - Kyle and Nigel. Sometimes, it makes Tom feels mad. In addition to coaching for a team of students, Tom always has to pay attention and take care of his children. This couple do not have enough time for each other because they are too busy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Cheaper By The Dozen torrent reviews
(br) wrote: With one child, Jiale(Koh Jia Ler), being a pain in the neck and another one on the way, Hwee Leng(Yann Yann Yeo) decides to hire a maid, Teresa(Angeli Bayani) who is from the Philippines to help with the housework and to pick up Jiale from school which he does not cooperate with.(Upon hiring her, Hwee Leng confiscates her passport whose numbers she uses for the lottery.) While Hwee Leng has the unthankful task of having to type out pink slips at work, her husband Teck(Tian Wen Chen) also has more than his share of troubles at his sales job before he himself loses his job. While by no means a reinvention of cinema, "Ilo Ilo" makes the most of its familiar plot in order to tell an endearing story about family that demonstrates ably how people can turn out to surprise you. This is in Singapore, a multicultural country without any apparent traditions of its own. What is universal about the story is how people gamble on both the lottery and the stock market(the movie is set in 1998 during the Asian Financial Crisis) no matter where you go which only end up adding to their troubles.
(it) wrote: Fun little movie - some action, some skin and an intelligent script. Can anyone tell me who plays the ditty playing during the line-dance at the end of the movie as the credits roll? I've looked all over - plenty of people like it - no one (Yet) has said what it is
(jp) wrote: Another powerhouse performance from the Korean star Song Kang Ho makes this a riveting viewing. On the surface a cat and mouse game involving catching a spy/ assassin, it demonstrates that behind all the nationalistic indoctrination that promotes jingoism between countries, the identity that transcends the animosity is the fact that all are human beings with universal values and aspirations. While it is enjoyable as a suspense thriller, the more attractive aspect has been the gradual realisation by the protagonists that even after being the proponents of contradicting ideologies, they may not be so different after all. Hugely enjoyable.
(ag) wrote: the most refreshing and original film in years
(ru) wrote: Juste drle. Ruper Grint est pas mal du tout!
(mx) wrote: Offers pleasing archive footage and a good feel for that middle stretch in the American 20th century where conformism gave way to individualism and the counter-culture, but it suffers slightly in its choice of subject. Rosset comes across as no more than a facilitator, albeit a gifted one, an unassuming middleman between writers pushing boundaries and the wider public, notable chiefly for the notorious literary company he kept.
(ru) wrote: Pretty and atmospheric but not much happens.
(au) wrote: superb perfomance from all three gul panag , shreyash talpade ,ayesha takia nagesh kukunoor story was just just superb !!!!
(it) wrote: This is my favorite movie of all time.I love Beyonce and i think she played this role very well
(fr) wrote: An anthology of five loosely connected stories dealing with a variety of very different women in dealing with their own life problems. stars Cameron Diaz, Glenn Close, Calista Flockhart, Kathy Baker, Gregoray Hines, Amy Brenneman, Matt Craven, Valeria Golino and Holly Hunter. directed by Rodrigo Garcia.
(gb) wrote: Its a film that isn't interested in making any compromises and while it can be very bleak, there is always the tenderness in Elisabeth Shue's performance to fall back on. Outside of that, Nicolas Cage gives his career's best performance and brings humanity to a character hellbent on drinking himself to death.
(kr) wrote: Walking, talking sleep medication Robert Redford shows his stuff by managing to make excessive speed boring in this drab 70s drama about an attempt by Americans to break into European ski success. It looks nice, but that only goes so far. And then there's the lifeless romance with generic European woman Camilla Sparv. Unless you've got insomnia, you can probably skip this one.