Cheaper By The Dozen 2
America's favorite movie family returns in CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN 2. Only this time, they're going toe-to-toe against another clan in the ultimate inter-family battle.
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Brain-numbing sequel to a bad 2003 movie. Beware.
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Rotten: There's a discernible lack of enthusiasm from almost everyone involved, and Duff, who's gone from wholesome to haggard in two short years, is flat-out scary.
- Andrea Gronvall, Chicago Reader, Tuesday, March 6, 2007
Rotten: All the characters get in fights but, SPOILER ALERT, everything ends with hugs, violins, good wishes and warm hearts.
- Bob Longino, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Wednesday, December 21, 2005
Rotten: If the creators seem lethally bored with their product, most viewers will find their patience tested, too.
- Connie Ogle, Miami Herald, Wednesday, December 21, 2005
I think the first one was better. This one looked just lame. And what happened to the first son's girlfriend? They looked so lovey dovey in the first movie. And what happened to Hilary? I mean she looked so old over here.
- 3niR, Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Very different from the first film. The story is more complex and the humor is more cruder. Steve Martin again delivers a funny performance and so does Eugene Levy. Bonnie Hunt as Mrs. Baker is again funny and Carmen Electra needed some help but she was okay. There are like twenty kids in the flick and maybe only half of them were good actors. The ones that did well were Hilary Duff, Alison Stoner, and Taylor Lautner. Yes, Taylor "Sexy Abs" Lautner is in this. Though not as good as the first, it still delivers zany fun for the whole family! Cheaper by the Dozen 3 is in development right now. I hope its better.
- coollala0910, Tuesday, November 2, 2010