In an exciting and action atmosphere, this movie centers around the struggles of Bob Ho, a former CIA Chinese spy, who admires had s new nighbor, Gillian, a single mother with three children, so in an attempt to win her heart, he offers taking care of her children during her leaving the country, but incidents come to climax, as she accepts his offer, the thing that makes his rage, as the children were about to mad him.
Though mixing espionage and family values in unraveling dysfunctional behavior among a bratty brood of siblings may be a stretch, Jackie Chan makes the most of it in his latest caper targeting unruly kids.
As for Mr. Chan, he has some passably choreographed bits with folding chairs, a bicycle and, later, some pots and pans at Gillian's house. But it's hardly enough to redeem -- or even make bearable -- this half-hearted hodgepodge.
New York Daily News
January 15, 2010
The script -- which took three people to write -- is barely coherent, and it's unclear whether Brian Levant was even on set when he directed. All that's left for us to enjoy are the action scenes, and frankly most of those are a little depressing.