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  • Actors: Ice Cube, Nia Long, Aleisha Allen, Philip Bolden, John C. McGinley
  • Directors: Steve Carr
  • Producers: Ice Cube, Matt Alvarez, Todd Garner, Todd Hartley, Heidi Santelli
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Audio Description: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Sony Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: 24 Sept. 2007
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000SNUQRQ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 27,980 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Comedy sequel to 'Are We There Yet?' (2005). Nick (Ice Cube) and Suzanne (Nia Long) are now married and have decided to leave the rat race for a quieter life in the suburbs. But when they hire a local contractor (John C. McGinley), their dreams of domestic bliss go up in smoke.

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If, 18 years ago, you'd told rapper Ice Cube he would have a hit family movie called Are We There Yet?, he would've sneered in your face. Yet here he is with that movie's sequel, Are We Done Yet?, in which Nick Persons (Cube, Barbershop, Friday) takes his new wife Suzanne (Nia Long, Big Momma's House) and her two cantankerous kids out to an old house in the country. Unfortunately, the house proves to have a few problems, and Nick finds himself at the mercy of real estate agent/contractor/house inspector/midwife Chuck (John C. McGinley, Scrubs), who before long is turning Nick's house--and his life--inside out.

The script for Are We Done Yet? is based on a classic (though little remembered) Cary Grant movie, Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House. While Cube doesn't have Grant's comic skills, he has grown into a comfortable and charming screen presence, and he gives this ramshackle entertainment a decent foundation. But it's McGinley who steals the movie with his truly bizarre yet mesmerizing performance. Aside from some pratfalls, Cube spends most of the movie staring in horror and astonishment at McGinley as the tall lanky white man walks a very fine line between comedy and schizophrenia. --Bret Fetzer

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bill HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on 8 Feb. 2015
Format: DVD
Ice Cube plays Nick, a thirty-something founder of a sports magazine. He is newly wed to the similarly aged Suzanne, and they have a couple of kids in their early teens. Nick's a stepfather to the children, and Suzanne is pregnant again, with twins.
The family live in a cramped inner-city flat, and decide to move to a far more spacious house in the countryside. The property looks impressive at first glance, a small and modern country Manor House with an apple orchard, but it's a fixer upper which hides very many serious problems.
The local real estate guy, Chuck, is the proverbial Jack of all trades, he's a midwife, nurse, handyman, athlete, surveyor, property inspector, fisherman, electrician, builder and electrician. He even switches personalities as he changes from one role to another.
Nick resolves to do all the necessary home repairs himself, but he has absolutely no idea that he's letting himself in for the twelve labours of Hercules. Before long, he recruits Chuck to help him carry out the renovations, and one D.I.Y. catastrophe soon follows after another...
This is a reasonably likeable family movie, which relies very heavily on visual humour, with lots of pratfalls using impressive stunts. The film is perhaps less successful with its script, which doesn't have an abundance of funny lines, and I'm not convinced that Ice Cube is better suited to family movies/comedy, rather than his more usual bad guy roles in action thrillers. That said, the scene with an unfortunate chipmunk had me laughing out loud.
As I watched this film, I couldn't help but think how much better Eddie Murphy or Chris Rock would have suited the lead role.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Picard TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 8 Jan. 2008
Format: DVD
I rented this out purely based on 2 things. Firstly, I work at Blockbuster, so I get free rentals (I won't rub it in guys!) but also because it looked quite funny, which is what we all need for an evening with nothing else on TV!
I've known 'Ice Cube' to be in various films before this; 'Three Kings' and 'X X X' spring to mind, both of which he was his usual self, that being someone who can't act and should maybe stick to his other career of chatting about guns, girls, and his dog dying for 3:30 minutes as a rapper.
But it was good to see him in this film with a more suitable role for him, that act being acting daft. And to be honest, thats all this film is - daft as a brush. Admittedly, it's supposed to be a family comedy, but it's so predictable that I think even your kids would know when he's about to full through the house roof and not.
The plot is straightforward enough - Ice Cube (easier to remember, sorry) and his family are looking for a place to move in, and so they go on the search in the countryside and find a seemingly perfect place. But obviously, he doesn't take into account the fact it needs about 90% re-conditioning.
Selling the house is a seemingly weird and eccentric man who, stereotypically in the small town, knows everything and does everything. So when 'cube' hires the electrician to repair yet more problems, he turns up... yoga classes, he's their!
This is undoubtedly the funniest side of the film, because he's actually a good actor and is entertaining. The other actors, however, are simply poor and show's signs this was either a low budget movie, or the producers couldn't be bothered talent searching.
Either way, the final product is a predictable, but still chuckle-filled film worthy of watching if you're bored.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John Evans on 2 Jan. 2008
Format: DVD
I was so happy to here Ice Cube make a sequal to the great movie of Are We There Yet?. But now watching this movie Are We Done Yet? this movie really tried so hard to make people laugh and it failed. The kids looked bored in this one thats the truth in the first they were having loads of fun in this it feels kind of serious. Then their is John C. McGinley he plays Chuck a man who does everything a police man, a builder, house wife do i need to go on thats over the top. John C. McGinley i don't mind but in this movie he was annoying. Ice Cube i thought was good in this he tired to be funny but just never worked you can blame the people who wrote the movie for that.

Are We Done Yet? just really involes Ice Cube and his family to move into a big house that needs sorting out with a whole load of problems. This movie has it had tons of problems wrong with it watch the movie and see what i mean.
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By Stevo on 12 Nov. 2007
Format: DVD
Ice Cube returns in this decent sequel to Are We There Yet. This time Nick Persons (Ice Cube) is now married to Suzanne (Nia Long)and he takes her and the kids Lindsey & Kevin out to live in a new house in the country away from the city. However the house turns out to have a few problems and their idea of a dream home is disturbed by Chuck who happens to be a real estate agent, a contractor, a midwife & a house inspector played superbly by John C. McGinley who really steals the show in this film. This film is very similar to that 1948 Cary Grant film, Mr Blandings Builds His Dream House, Ice Cube gives a decent performance in this film. It's something the whole family can enjoy watching!
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