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Are We Done Yet?

Rated PG for some innuendos and brief language.

PG In Theaters 04/4/2007 , 92min.
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Critic score based on 21 reviews

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June 09, 2009
A very predictable movie. The clueless dad, the calm wife, and the spoiled rotten teen. I'm tired of the same repeat in terrible "family" movies like this. It wasn't all bad though. There were some things you just had to laugh at. Like the realtor being the plumber, the electrician, and everything the family needed in services. Rent, Buy, or No? I would say No. Its not worth seeing.
April 06, 2009
Tired of the "sassy" teen, the "cloud 9" wife, and the "clueless" dad. So....Are We Done Yet?.....I sure hope so!! But thanks for curing my insomnia.
March 03, 2009
Paul Preister
really stupid. ice cube can do way better than the lowsey preformance in this. are we there yet? was way better, but this was frekin stupid!
May 22, 2008
Rihanna, your style is very different and fresh, but what are you teaching the young girls?
May 22, 2008
man i was dissapointed the movie was less funny than knock- knock jokes almost fell asleap watching this dumb movie 1st one:FUNNY2nd one NOT FUNNY AT ALL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Supposedly based on "Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House," but has about as much to do with that frothy Cary Grant confection as a Yugo has to do with a 1948 Buick Roadster. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
John C. McGinley from "Scrubs" gets to strut some of his comic stuff as the deranged builder, but he's the only passable feature in a property that should be condemned. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Been-there-seen-that wannabe laughfest. Full Review
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
After allowing sadistic violence and whining children to invade his movie like a horde of termites, Carr tries to put one over on us by tacking on a sentimental ending. But as any homeowner could have told him, you can't disguise a weak foundation with a cheap finish. Full Review
Gregory Kirschling
Entertainment Weekly
Atrocious sequel. Full Review

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