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Dennis Quaid ... Frank Beardsley

Rene Russo ... Helen North

Sean Faris ... William Beardsley

Katija Pevec ... Christina Beardsley

Dean Collins ... Harry Beardsley

Tyler Patrick Jones ... Michael Beardsley

Haley Ramm ... Kelly Beardsley

Brecken Palmer ... Ely Beardsley

Bridger Palmer ... Otter Beardsley

Ty Panitz ... Ethan Beardsley

Danielle Panabaker ... Phoebe North

Drake Bell ... Dylan North

Miki Ishikawa ... Naoko North

Slade Pearce ... Mick North

Little JJ ... Jimi North (as Lil' JJ)

Miranda Cosgrove ... Joni North

Andrew Vo ... Lau North
Jennifer Habib ... Bina North
Jessica Habib ... Marisa North

Nicholas Roget-King ... Aldo North

Rip Torn ... Commandant Sherman

Linda Hunt ... Mrs. Munion

Jerry O'Connell ... Max

David Koechner ... Darrell

Jenica Bergere ... Claudia

Josh Henderson ... Nick De Pietro
Lisa Waltz ... Reunion Classmate

Jimmy Bradley ... Waiter

Mateo Arias ... Bully Kid

Jaelin Palmer ... Bully Kid

Connor Matheus ... Bully Kid

Jordan Wright ... Bully Kid

Dan Mott ... Pizza Delivery Guy

Rueben Grundy ... Buyer

Lisa Richman ... Buyer

Beau Holden ... Hardware Store Worker

Kirsten Gronfield ... Bed Store Employer
Sydney Castillo ... Helmsman

Ricky Fante ... Reunion Singer (as Ricky Fanté)
Diane Woods Carter ... Backup Singer
Donna Taylor ... Backup Singer
Jason Dunn ... Hawk Nelson, Party Band - Vocals
Aaron Tosti ... Hawk Nelson, Party Band - Drums
Daniel Biro ... Hawk Nelson, Party Band - Bass (as Daniel Brio)
Jonathan Steingard ... Hawk Nelson, Party Band - Guitar

Bradley Gosnell ... School Jock
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Gian Franco Tordi ... The Speed Racer (as Gianfranco Tordi)
Catherine Burns ... Girl (uncredited)

Scott Norris ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

A.J. Presley ... College Kid (uncredited)

Cyrus Samson ... Football Player (uncredited)

Directed by
Raja Gosnell 
Writing credits
Ron Burch (screenplay) &
David Kidd (screenplay)

Melville Shavelson (1968 screenplay) and
Mort Lachman (1968 screenplay)

Madelyn Davis (1968 motion picture story) and
Bob Carroll Jr. (1968 motion picture story)

Produced by
Michael G. Nathanson .... producer (as Michael Nathanson)
Ira Shuman .... executive producer
Robert Simonds .... producer
Richard Suckle .... executive producer
Tracey Trench .... executive producer
Kim Zubick .... co-producer
Original Music by
Christophe Beck 
Cinematography by
Theo van de Sande (director of photography) (as Theo Van De Sande)
Film Editing by
Bruce Green 
Stephen A. Rotter 
Casting by
Shalimar Reodica 
Mary Vernieu 
Production Design by
Linda DeScenna 
Art Direction by
James Nedza 
Set Decoration by
Kelly Berry 
Ric McElvin 
Costume Design by
Marie-Sylvie Deveau 
Makeup Department
Ron Berkeley .... makeup artist: Mr. Quaid
Michelle Rene Elam .... hair stylist (as Michelle Elam)
Michelle Garbin .... makeup artist
Kelly Nelson .... hairdresser: Mr. Quaid
Douglas Noe .... key makeup artist
Laini Reeves .... hairdresser: Ms. Russo
Laine Trzinski .... department head hairstylist
Matthew Van Leeuwen .... makeup artist: Ms. Russo
Marc Boyle .... hair stylist (uncredited)
Elle Elliott .... hair stylist: Mr. Torn (uncredited)
Yesim 'Shimmy' Osman .... hair stylist (uncredited)
Production Management
Dustin Bernard .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Katie Carroll .... second second assistant director
Richard Graves .... first assistant director
Daniel Lowe .... additional second assistant director
Eric Sherman .... second assistant director
Jonathan Starch .... first assistant director: second unit
Art Department
Evelyn Barbier .... set designer
John J. Bradley .... set dresser
Michael Buha .... set dresser
Marco A. Campos .... propmaker
Larry Clark .... paint supervisor
Darrin Clubb .... foreman
Ronald Cox .... propmaker
Laurence B. Davis .... propmaker
Nancy Deren .... set designer
Neil Gahm .... propmaker
Hector M. Gonzalez .... on-set dresser
Katie Gonzalez .... prop assistant
Kenneth Heimer .... propmaker
Bill Holmquist .... construction coordinator
Billy Iiams Jr. .... construction foreman
Peter Jameson .... construction mill foreman
Patrick Janicke .... concept designer
Jeffery J. Jenkins .... paint foreman
Jim Krase .... foreman
Tyler Lafferty .... propmaker
Geoffrey Mandel .... graphic artist
Richard McConnell .... general foreman
Walt Mikolwski .... propmaker foreman
Christopher Morente .... gang boss
Charles Nixon III .... leadman
Steve Roll .... construction gang boss
Rich Romig .... set designer
Randy Severino .... swing gang
Mark Sparks .... propmaker gangboss
Harlan Spatz .... props
Jordan Steinberg .... set dresser
Mitch Sutton .... art department coordinator
Leslie Warren .... set dresser/fabricator
Fred Seibly .... painter (uncredited)
Jack White .... food stylist (uncredited)
Sound Department
George H. Anderson .... supervising sound editor
Bill W. Benton .... supervising sound mixer
Bill Burns .... assistant adr editor
Tom Burns .... sound recordist
Ann Ducommun .... assistant sound editor
Tammy Fearing .... adr supervisor
Vincent Guisetti .... foley artist
Jeffrey J. Haboush .... sound re-recording mixer
Jason W. Jennings .... sound effects editor
Pamela Kahn .... foley artist
Larry Kemp .... sound editor
Goro Koyama .... foley artist
Andy Malcolm .... foley artist
Cindy Marty .... sound editor
James Matheny .... dialogue editor
Peggy Names .... sound utility
Michael O'Farrell .... sound effects editor
Kyle Rochlin .... foley mixer
Philip Rogers .... adr recordist
Earl Sampson .... boom operator
Roy Seeger .... foley editor
Greg Steele .... adr mixer
Cherie Tamai .... first assistant sound editor
Don White .... foley recording mixer
David Wyman .... sound mixer
Greg Zimmerman .... adr recordist
Special Effects by
Malia Thompson .... special effects technician
Dennis Yeager II .... special effects technician
Visual Effects by
Kiley Bond .... digital artist
Ozzie Carmona .... digital artist
Chris Flynn .... digital compositor
Mark Freund .... visual effects supervisor: Pacific Title
Brian Hanable .... digital effects compositor: Pacific Title
Shih-hao Jason Huang .... 3D Artist: Pacific Title and Art Studio
Patrick Keenan .... digital compositor: Pacific Title
Jennifer Law-Stump .... digital effects artist: Pacific Title Digital
Kimberly Nelson LoCascio .... visual effects executive (as Kimberly K. Nelson)
Doug Luberts .... data & video I/O supervisor: Pacific Title & Art Studio
Josh Mossotti .... visual effects artist
Jim O'Hagan .... digital compositor: Pacific Title
Patrick Phillips .... visual effects
Greg Rodin .... lead camera: Pacific Title and Art Studio
Bill Spradlin .... lighting technical director
Antonio Torres .... rotoscope artist: Pacific Title
Bob Wiatr .... lead compositor: Pacific Title
Kacie Borrowman .... stunts
Allison Caetano .... stunts
Laura Dash .... stunts
Kevin Foster .... stunts
Michael Hugghins .... stunts
Ralf Koch .... stunt double: Drake Bell
Ernie F. Orsatti .... stunt coordinator
Noon Orsatti .... stunts
Jarret Reid .... stunts
Jason Sanfilippo .... stunts
Nicole Surels .... stunts
Martin Klebba .... stunt double (uncredited)
Ryan Thomas .... utility stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Matthew E. Alper .... assistant camera
Larry Blanford .... director of photography: second unit
Hector Javier Canales .... Rigging grip
Michael Chambliss .... remote head technician
James F. Cornick .... rigging gaffer
Jimmy Culligan .... best boy rigging grip
Brian Cwiakala .... lighting technician
Ralph Del Castillo .... dolly grip: "b" camera
Eric Dvorsky .... assistant remote head technician
Sam Emerson .... still photographer
Daniel C. Gold .... camera operator: "b" camera
Lamarr Gray .... rigging electric best boy
Robert Gray .... key grip
Quinn Grove .... best boy grip
Paul Hughen .... director of photography: second unit
Jay M. Huntoon .... digital video assist operator
Christopher J. Lama .... rigging electrician dimmer technician
Tim Marshall .... gaffer
Wayne Marshall .... electrician
John McGonegle .... lighting technician
Markus Mentzer .... camera loader
Daisuke Dice Miyake .... grip
Chava Monjaraz .... grip
P. Scott Sakamoto .... camera operator: "a" camera
Paul Schmidt .... rigging grip
Michael Shanman .... lighting board operator
Alfred E. Smithey .... key rigging grip
Naomi Villanueva .... second assistant camera
Jerry Kim .... additional grip (uncredited)
Casting Department
Tracy Shields .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Laura Baker .... key costumer
Yvonne Bastidos .... costumer
Alana Caudillo .... wardrobe: Ms. Russo
Holly Davis .... assistant costume designer
Brenda Donoho .... set costumer
Stanley Hudson .... costumer
Meg Matthews .... set costumer
Lisa D. Quercioli .... costumer
Marcy Rector .... costume production assistant
Editorial Department
Robert Berman .... assistant editor
Corinne Bogdanowicz .... assistant colorist
Doug Delaney .... digital intermediate colorist
Rolf Fleischmann .... first assistant editor
Kacie Haggerty .... digital intermediate producer
Mo Henry .... negative manager
Harry Muller .... color timer
John Potter .... high definition preview timer
Brian Spirnak .... post-production assistant
Amy Tompkins .... digital intermediate editor
Lawrence Howard Williams .... post digital media operator
Valance Eisleben .... high definition editorial services (uncredited)
Music Department
Spring Aspers .... music supervisor
Adam Blau .... additional orchestrator
Todd Bozung .... music editor
Bryan Clements .... scoring crew
George Doering .... musician
Mark Eshelman .... scoring crew
Rodarick Harden .... music coordinator
Tanya Noel Hill .... music editor
Kevin Kliesch .... orchestrator
Greg Loskorn .... scoring technician
Adam Michalak .... score recordist
Mike Nowak .... conductor
Peter Rotter .... orchestra contractor
Steven L. Smith .... music preparation
Casey Stone .... music scoring mixer
James Thatcher .... musician: french horn
Transportation Department
Ronald Arthur Baker .... transportation
William Ballard .... transportation captain
Daniel Davis .... driver
J. Armin Garza II .... driver: camera car
Louie Giangrande .... driver: Rene Russo
Sarah Lynn Schmitt .... driver
Larry Shephard .... transportation coordinator
Tim Sisson .... transportation
Joseph Sullivan .... driver
Kenny Youngblood .... picture car coordinator
Other crew
Tony Alameda .... military advisor
Natalie Alexander .... adr voice
Cassandra Barbour .... rights and clearances
Raymond W. Beal .... animal trainer
Paul Belenardo .... production accountant
Tom Burruss .... boat captain
Justin Carville .... first assistant accountant
Chris Cashman .... stand-in: David Koechner
Michael Chambliss .... operator: remote head
Michael Chambliss .... technician: remote head
Nina Chea .... assistant: Mr. Simonds
Audrey Clark .... production assistant
Nick Costantino .... production secretary
Robert Dawson .... title designer
Jason De Meo .... accounting clerk
Matthew Devitt .... marine pilot
Diane Durant .... script supervisor
Leann Emmert .... key assistant location manager
James Flemming .... caterer
James Flemming .... chef
Jessica Franks .... production assistant
Flax Glor .... publicist
Steven James Golebiowski .... second assistant accountant
Rhona Gordon .... studio teacher
Mark Graham .... librarian
Jason Hariton .... studio stage manager
Rene H. Herrera .... water safety
Steve Hertler .... technician: Pictorvision XR
Beau Holden .... assistant to cast
Beau Holden .... personal assistant: Mr. Quaid
Raz Inserra .... production secretary
Judith Jecmen .... legal and business affairs
Valerie Johnson .... set production assistant
Michael Judd .... production assistant
Dave Kasubowski .... craft service
Elizabeth Kennedy .... development executive
Kevin LaRosa .... helicopter pilot
Lee David Lee .... assistant location manager
Nicole Luther .... set production assistant
Kristi McConnell .... construction accountant
Robert Brooks Mendel .... location scout
Adam Milano .... studio executive: development
Niamh Murphy .... textile artist
Michael Neale .... location manager
M. Michelle Nishikawa .... production coordinator
Jason Poteet .... boat captain
Jason Poteet .... diver
KB Pugliese .... assistant coordinator
Julianna Rose .... adr loop group
Lindsay Schoch .... assistant: Mr. Gosnell
Heide Schwartz .... assistant: Ms. Russo
Ozzie Scott .... assistant: Mr. Shuman
Laura Sevier .... rights and clearances
B.J. Smith .... set medic
Jo Ann Smith .... studio teacher
Cid Swank .... publicist
Trevor Undi .... assistant: Mr. Suckle
Max Votolato .... Assistant to Production Executive
Troy Waters .... assistant marine coordinator
Michael Zamboni .... assistant location manager
Jerome Zelle .... assistant craft service
Joyce Heftel .... script supervisor: pre-timing (uncredited)
Ryan Heinke .... adr loop group (uncredited)
Phil Scalisi .... craft service (uncredited)

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Rated PG for some mild crude humor
90 min | Philippines:88 min (cut)
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Did You Know?

This was the first film to be co-produced by Paramount and MGM. The original 1968 film was produced by Desliu Productions, which merged with Paramount the year before, so the film's copyright was renewed by Paramount. However, United Artists (owned by MGM since 1981) has retained full distribution rights to the 1968 film to this day (UA once owned the rights to Paramount's "Popeye" cartoons, and a few early Paramount sound features that had been sold to Warner Bros. for remakes). Columbia (which collaborated with Paramount on another 2005 remake, "The Longest Yard") became involved once its parent company, Sony, purchased a stake in MGM.See more »
Continuity: As the kids are coming out of their rooms after Joni practices her saxophone in the morning, you see Phoebe come out of her room twice.See more »
[first lines]
Frank Beardsley:Let's go! Let's go! Let's go! Move it! Move it! Move it!
Ethan:Move it! Move it! Move it!
Frank Beardsley:That means you too, Ethan. Head ashore, Sailor.
Ethan:Aye-aye! Head ashore.
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Movie Connections:
References "Party of Five" (1994)See more »
Sound Off (Duckworth Chant)See more »


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117 out of 197 people found the following review useful.
It ain't mine, and I'm pretty sure you don't want it to be yours., 23 November 2005
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"I'd rather be watching a funeral."

That quote, stated by Stephanie after watching Dennis Quaid get hit in the head for about the 18th time, serves as a strong indictment of this most unnecessary of remakes, but sadly it's one of the nicest things one can say about the film.

Easily one of the 10 worst movies of the year, Yours, Mine, and Ours should be more aptly titled Suck, Suck, and Suck. Is there still a market for movies that feature little more than a bunch of young kids eating tons of sweets, splattering a house with paint, and hating each other? I figured such uncreative antics had run their course, but perhaps I was wrong. Or perhaps the people involved with this production simply had no better ideas.

"Were the writers even trying?" Stephanie asked me as Dennis Quaid got splattered with paint, fell in a pool of goo, and then tripped over a flatulent pig that, of course, eats at the family dinner table. "No, they weren't," I replied as I stared dumbfounded at the screen, shaking my head over the fact that the writers expect us to laugh about kids vomiting and then falling in it.

I suppose I should commend the movie for warning the audience right away just how bad a time they can expect to have if they attempt to sit through the full 90 minutes. If the "Nickelodeon Films" moniker fails to send up any red flags, then the fact that Dennis Quaid and Rene Russo (possibly the hottest 51-year-old woman on the planet) meet, rekindle their high school relationship, get engaged, get married, and buy a brand new house all within the first 10 minutes should seal the deal that it's in your best interest to sprint to the exit and ask for your money back.

There are two legitimately funny scenes in the movie, one involving Dennis Quaid brushing his tongue. Everything else has been done several times with equally unfunny results. "Oh look, Dennis Quaid's son has accidentally started up a forklift at the store! Oh look, Dennis Quaid just jumped on the forklift and his head is bumping against every box in the store! Oh look, Dennis Quaid's credibility can actually be seen leaking out of the screen!" That's what's considered funny these days?

And just when you think things can't get any worse, the writers decide to blindside us with an ending so ridiculously sappy that you'll be wishing you brought your trusty yellow bucket and you'll pray for an end to your dry heaving. I officially hate lighthouses now.

I suppose 10-year-old girls might enjoy this, but if you value your time or money then I recommend that you stay away. Far away. This is a movie so the opposite of hilarious that I'm forced to come up with a new word for it - lolarious (pronounced "low-larious"). Feel free to use the word amongst friends. Hopefully its popularity will spread and it will one day be added to the dictionary. At least then I could say one good thing came out of the film.

As it stands, Yours, Mine, and Ours ain't mine, I'm pretty sure you don't want it to be yours, and if we made it ours then we'd only end up arguing over who would be the one to get rid of it.

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