Three ex-dads quickly discover how empty life is without their little lady, and go to outrageous lengths in their efforts to win their daughter back in this critically acclaimed and equally charming sequel.
After a single, career-minded woman is left on her own to give birth to the child of a married man, she finds a new romantic chance in a cab driver. Meanwhile, the point-of-view of the newborn boy is narrated through voice-over.
Five happy years after baby Mary's arrival in Three Men and a Baby (1987), the ecstatic single fathers and still-unrepentant bachelors, Peter, Michael, and Jack, find themselves living under the same roof with Mary's British actress mother, Sylvia. However, things will take a turn for the unexpected, when Sylvia decides to move to the United Kingdom, after a promising business proposition combined with a welcome marriage proposal by her director and husband-to-be, Edward. In low spirits, the three fathers travel to bustling London, where one of them discovers that he has deeper feelings for Sylvia and that Edward might have a secret agenda. Will the three men and their little lady let Edward break up their family?Written by
Steve Guttenberg's charcther is a cartoonist in this film. He also played a cartoonist in Don't Tell Her Its Me(The Boyfriend School). See more »
At the wedding cocktail party, Peter Mitchell removes a large wad of caviar from Miss Lomax's nose and noticeably deposits the wad on her canapé dish. The large wad of food on her plate alternately appears and disappears as they talk. See more »
I'd like a man who sweeps a girl off her feet.
Kinda like I swept you off your feet.
Knocked me off my feet is more like it.
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Possibly the worst ever portrayl of "Merrie England" by Hollywood. What do those guys think we do here in the UK all day, bumble about in wooden cars around country lanes?
This film is just utter tripe and a serious insult to the English. If you've never been to the UK it is NOTHING like this film shows it. OK, so film makers have a certain amount of artistic license, but this is really too bad altogether. It would be the same as showing the US populated wholly by overweight burger chomping rednecks. But it isn't, is it.
Watch something else and do yourself a favour.
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