Nick Persons is a selfish player who owns a collectables sports shop in Vancouver. Everything in his life is perfect until he meets Suzanne Kingston, a business woman who has something Nick... See full summary »
Seeking to offer his son the satisfying summer camp experience that eluded him as a child, the operator of a neighborhood daycare center opens his own camp, only to face financial hardship and stiff competition from a rival camp.
Cuba Gooding Jr.,
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When the Pearsons new neighbor talks to Nick about Chuck's wife he had glasses on, when they focus on Nick and back at him his glasses are gone, they don't show him taking them off, and so quickly, not possible. See more »
I wasn't amused by the first film Are We There Yet, I thought that it wasn't funny and I find Ice Cube to be pretty awful in comedic roles. I decided nonetheless to at least say I finished the franchise by reviewing the sequel Are We Done Yet, one of the most repetitive slapstick bull movies I've ever seen that is filled with borrowing jokes and overusing them. Our disgruntled sports fan and stepfather Nick Persons returns to buy a house that needs some fixing, resulting in simply hilarious slapstick scenarios where tough guy Ice Cube falls down or does something stupid or childish. To make matters worse both for Nick and for the audience, John C. McGinley steps in as Chuck, the small quaint town's real estate agent, inspector, construction worker, etc, also this wacky guru like comedic element that really overuses his bland and frankly embarrassingly dumb personality. The plot is poor, boring for a kids film and unfunny - it also "borrows" heavily from the 1986 Tom Hanks film The Money Pit. Ugh, if there is ever a third film in this poor franchise, I'm not seeing these bland characters ever again. The humor is predictable and unfunny, Ice Cube can't do much as a comedic actor, he's just grumpy most of the time. Our previous main characters from the first film, Nick's stepchildren, have little to no importance and are rarely seen to make more time for wacky Chuck. Are We Done Yet's main problem is that it's not appealing to kids or adults, it's troubled in every aspect. What a disaster.
P.S.: To the last comment who talks about the TV show "Scrubs", go to watch the sitcom "Full House". It is more funnier than this turkey.
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