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Are We There Yet? [Region 4]

By Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

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Format: DVD (PG)
Release Date: 13 July 2005

In the family comedy Are We There Yet?, Nick (Ice Cube), a smooth operator, is interested in a young, attractive divorcee - Suzanne (Nia Long), mother of a 7-year-old-boy and an 11-year-old-girl. Trying to get together with Suzanne, Nick volunteers to bring her children to meet her out of town. must make the long journey by car. What Nick doesn`t know is that Suzanne`s children think that no man is good enough for their mom and will do everything they can to make the trip a nightmare for him. Fasten your seat belts, it`s going to be a bumpy ride!

This is a Region 4 disc, the local region for Australia.

Run Time: 91 minutes
FullScreen: None
Widescreen: Yes
Format: PAL
Aspect: 1.85:1
Region: 4
Director: Brian Levant
Cast: Ice Cube, Jay Mohr, Nia Long, Nichelle Nichols, Casey Dubois, M.C. Gainey, Ray Galletti, Henry Simmons, Philip Bolden, Tracy Morgan, Viv Leacock, Aleisha Allen, J.B. McEown
Writer: J. David Stem, Claudia Grazioso, Steven Gary Banks
Producer: Dan Kolsrud, Matt Alvarez, Derek Dauchy
Composer: David Newman
Subtitles: English, English for the hearing impaired, Hungarian, Polish, Dutch
Audio: English Dolby Digital 5.1, Hungarian Dolby Digital 5.1, Polish Dolby Digital 5.1
Extra Features: Audio commentary by director Brian Levant, Never before seen deleted scenes, Blooper reel, Behind the scenes features on the making of the movie with cast and crew interviews, Storyboards to final film comparisons, 'Mess Up My Ride' and 'Road Trip' DVD-Rom games
Publisher: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
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8 review(s)
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blair on
This is another case where an actor does a family movie, im pretty sure its an attempt to get money, ice cube hasnt got a huge acting career but hes been in a couple actions like xxx 2 and hes going the way of all actions tars, like arnie started and every one like vin diesel seems to be following, i thought it was just awfukl
Matthew on
If someone had told me ten, fifteen years ago that one day Ice Cube would go on to star in several family orientated films I would have had a good laugh, but here we are, and surprisingly, Ice Cube is an endearing lead in this family comedy where everything that can go wrong does. Fun for the whole family.
blair on
This movie was surprisngly bad, ice cube isnt that good an actor and he was really bad in this movie, why must they keep putting action type actors into crap family movies? they never turn out that great, if you liekd movies like kindergarten cop and the pacifier you may actually enjoy this one
H.A. on
this is a pretty cute movie about a man who goes for a trip with the woman he likes and her kids who are not too fond of him! of course there are lots of moments when they try to put the mum off the man, and lots of slap stick style humour, which tends to get a bit old, but this movie is perfect family fun, as it is all PG.
Charinthra on
hehe, two kids that hate their mother's new boyfriend, what does this lead to? take a guess, while not as funny as home alone, no where close actually, there are some pretty dangerously and destructively funny elements in this movie, i feel bad for him when they blow up his like $100,000 car in the name of good times.
Caroline on
Funny Fridays are a thing of the past and this movie was a total and utter bore.
Whingin and whinin kiddies on a road trip while some guy is predictably an ass and trying to win the woman of his dreams, despite her luggage.
Funny once or twice in the entirity of the flick a big thumbs waaaaaaaaaaaaay down.
Courtney on
Are we there yet?
Ice cube plays a very wonderfully funny character in this amazing funny film. The laughs just keep coming from the very start to the very end. When he finds a new woman that he likes he thinks that he is in, but when he finds out that she has two terrors for kids things don’t go so well. The comedy will crack you up. Five out of five stars.
matt on
Nick meets the woman of his dreams. Theres just one problem, well two actually. She has 2 kids. Even worse, these kids are brats that will stop at nothing to sabotage any chance anyone has with their mum. Nick volunteers to escort the kids out of town and meet up with their mum, trying to score some points. The kids though are on to his scheme and will stop at nothing to break him down.

Pretty funny comedy, though at times it does get kind of stale. If you have nothing better to do then check this out.

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