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Who Gets the House? (1999)

G | | Comedy, Drama, Family | 1999 (USA)
Don and Rebecca Reece are facing the toughest decision of their lives whether or not to end their marriage of nearly 20 years. The Reeces agree to a trial separation. The kids get the house... See full summary »

Director:

Timothy J. Nelson

Writer:

Patricia Lavoie
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ricky Mabe ... Brian Reece
Elisha Cuthbert ... Emily Reece
Sophie Lorain ... Rebecca Reece
Carl Marotte ... Don Reece
Fatuma Kayembe Fatuma Kayembe ... Jennifer Rhodes
Emma Taylor-Isherwood Emma Taylor-Isherwood ... Heidi Reece (as Emma Isherwood)
Sally Taylor-Isherwood ... Amy Reece (as Sally Isherwood)
George Takei ... Elliott
Amanda Strawn Amanda Strawn ... Denise Rhodes
Barry Blake Barry Blake ... John Hoss
Sheena Larkin Sheena Larkin ... Mrs. Hoss
Paul Hopkins ... Hoss' Son
Swede Swensson Swede Swensson ... Hoss' Son (as Swede Svensson)
Eric Goulem Eric Goulem ... Director
Jane Gilchrist Jane Gilchrist ... Lucille Weiss
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Don and Rebecca Reece are facing the toughest decision of their lives whether or not to end their marriage of nearly 20 years. The Reeces agree to a trial separation. The kids get the house; Mom and Dad will shuttle back and forth. Written by Richard LeComte <richlec@yahoo.com.

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Liking someone really boils down to simply making a choice.

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Comedy | Drama | Family

Certificate:

G

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Country:

Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1999 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Who Stole My Voice? See more »

Filming Locations:

Montréal, Québec, Canada

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CINAR See more »
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Evermore
Music by Alan Williams
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Boggle boggle boggle...
8 December 2004 | by dm_kilgoreSee all my reviews

Okay, let me get this straight: an 11-year-old child, who is neither a lawyer nor a member of the family, approaches a judge with a totally bogus "legal document" asking that a family's house should be taken away from the legal owners and given to their pre-teen children. The judge obligingly approves this homemade "court order" despite the fact that no divorce papers have been filed and the parents are not even separated yet. The pre-teen kids then brazenly inform the parents that they have to take turns living in the house, Dad this week and Mom the next. The parents, being utter morons, obligingly accept this decree and move out without even consulting a lawyer. Makes perfect sense, doesn't it? No, it doesn't. This movie is pure gibberish, and so squeaky-clean you want to slap the characters. Good for an incredulous laugh, but that's about it.


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