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Michael Cole almost 4 years ago
Among the most annoying kids I've seen in film.
sairah iqbal over 6 years ago
A great film to watch with the family.
Denise Fleming over 7 years ago
Just say no.
Flo HM over 2 years ago
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Oscar Venegas almost 7 years ago
Are We There Yet? is a 2005 American family comedy film which was produced by Revolution Studios and was distributed by Columbia Pictures, directed by Brian Levant. Although it was panned by critics, it grossed $82 million in North America alone and sold 3.7 million DVDs. The film, while set in Portland, Oregon, Vancouver, British Columbia and other parts of the Pacific Northwest, was mostly shot on location in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, including a view of the Lions' Gate Bridge, the Financial District skyscrapers and the downtown scene near the film's conclusion. A sequel, Are We Done Yet?, was released in 2007, and a television series based around the film's main characters premiered in 2010. Nick Persons (Ice Cube), a 37-year-old bachelor, takes a car drive on New Year's Eve to Vancouver from Portland, Oregon to transfer two bratty children, Lindsey and Kevin Kingston (Aleisha Allen and Philip Bolden), to their divorced mother, Suzanne Kingston (Nia Long), on whom Nick...
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