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Are We Done Yet?

The film revolves around Nick (Ice Cube) and Susan (Nia Long) who decided to embark on a new experiment by moving to the suburbs. It seems that these people wanted to create a better life for the children Lindsay (Alisha Allen) and Kevin (Philip Bolden). In the end, Nick and Susan found that their idea of ​​a dream home was disturbed by a strange entrepreneur in his life.
Duration: 92 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2007
IMDb: 4.3
Keywords:  #Are We Done Yet? #Ice Cube #John C. McGinley #Nia Long #Steve Carr
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Ebert & Roeper
April 09, 2007
It's just awful. It's beyond awful.
June 09, 2007
As unfortunate titles for cynically commercial sequels go, this one's a doozy
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Common Sense Media
October 31, 2007
Ice Cube's do-it-yourself sequel is too formulaic.
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Dallas Morning News
May 28, 2007
An acknowledged remake of the old Cary Grant movie Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House. As far as I could tell, that's because everyone involved was inspired by the syllable "Bland" in the title.
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June 19, 2007
Basically, the title says it all and if you're unlucky enough to end up seeing this, you'll be repeating that title for the entire 96 minutes. Avoid.
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L.A. Weekly
April 05, 2007
Fans of the first film can rest assured that a change in the director's chair -- Dr. Dolittle 2 auteur Steve Carr taking over for the presumably indisposed Brian Levant -- has done little to curb the overall tone of slapstick desperation.
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July 15, 2007
passable but far from inspired
Time Out
April 07, 2007
Even though the cinematic foundation of this cheap prefab fluff is a message of family togetherness, the building materials -- boneheaded behavior, overwrought conflict, treacly sentiment -- have classic dry rot.
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AV Club
April 07, 2007
It isn't gangsta, but it's winning all the same.
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Times (UK)
June 09, 2007
The only thing in Steve Carr's fatuous movie that earns a few giggles is John C McGinley's silliness as a new-age builder.
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Bangor Daily News (Maine)
August 02, 2007
We're finished.
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Time Out
July 12, 2007
Let's just hope the kids find burping raccoons and crumbling ceilings hilarious.
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