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coining other titles for this shocker of a family film. and For the Love of God Let Me Go were more apt than witty. stars rapper and actor Ice Cube as Nick, a ladies' man who hates kids and runs a sports memorabilia shop in Oregon.
Nick's not into lasting relationships until he meets sexy event planner Suzanne (Nia Long).
Of course, it’s been a while since we’ve checked in with our favorite young vocalists, so we were curious what all three are up to now!
Aleisha Allen , Taylor Caldwell - The cast of the Broadway musical School of Rock met some of their film counterparts backstage at the Winter Garden Theatre. He's disarming and affable, and has a mischievous smile that let's us know he's having fun the whole time.
" was hilarious were the general public looking for entertainment. Well they both are because whilst "Are We There Yet?
" is funny the actual set up of a man being harassed by two children in a "Home Alone" style manner is just wrong, he's a good guy so doesn't deserve this torment. " really is a movie which isn't so much about the integrity of the story but the humour of two children terrorizing thir mum's would be boyfriend.
Adding to the horror are the characters of Lindsey and Kevin.
That isn't so bad but what is is that Nick is a good guy, the children are nice children yet they see Nick as the enemy because he wants to date their mum.
The kids are aggressively cute, all patter and schtick and smarmy one-liners.
Unfortunately, the divorcee has enough baggage to weigh down an aircraft: she's a single mother of two revoltingly brattish kids, Lindsey (Aleisha Allen) and Kevin (Philip Bolden), who don't want any man replacing their daddy. I would express that sentiment in a more elegant fashion if the screenplay deserved it.
When the kids' father pulls out of babysitting Lindsey and Kevin on New Year's Eve, Nick agrees to play nanny and drive the children to Vancouver where their mother is working. There are a couple of vaguely amusing sequences, one involving a deer, but that's about it for entertainment.