Are We Done Yet?

Are We Done Yet?

Are We Done Yet?

Newlyweds Nick (Ice Cube) and Suzanne (Nia Long) decide to move to the suburbs to provide a better life for their two kids. But their idea of a dream home is disturbed by a contractor (Scrubs' John C. McGinley) with a bizarre approach to business. Both a sequel to 2005's Are We There Yet? and a remake of the 1948 comedy Mr Blandings Builds his Dream House.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

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Picture delivers the requisite number of pratfalls, and the genial Ice Cube makes for a credibly hapless everyman, but the comedy still feels a little too safely soft around the edges...

Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Seattle Post-Intelligencer

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The unchecked enthusiasm of McGinley as the touchy-feely renovation guru gives slow-burn Cube the perfect foil and mellows the malicious comic tone. The rest is pure slapstick...

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

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Although Ice Cube is still happy to haul out his old snarl when it serves his purposes, he's clearly trying to reinvent himself as a family entertainer. But the milder he gets, the less confident he seems. What's a reformed gangsta rapper to do?..

BBC

BBC

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If they gave out awards for the year's most self-defeating title, Are We Done Yet? would be hard to beat. A wholly unncessary sequel to 2005's Are We There Yet? spliced with Mr Blandings Builds His Dream House, Steve Carr's so-called comedy sees Ice Cube's reluctant family man swap the big city for a sprawling crib in the 'burbs. No sooner has he moved in, though, than his new home starts falling apart - a telling metaphor if ever there was one...

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Picture delivers the requisite number of pratfalls, and the genial Ice Cube makes for a credibly hapless everyman, but the comedy still feels a little too safely soft around the edges...

Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Seattle Post-Intelligencer

press

The unchecked enthusiasm of McGinley as the touchy-feely renovation guru gives slow-burn Cube the perfect foil and mellows the malicious comic tone. The rest is pure slapstick...

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

Although Ice Cube is still happy to haul out his old snarl when it serves his purposes, he's clearly trying to reinvent himself as a family entertainer. But the milder he gets, the less confident he seems. What's a reformed gangsta rapper to do?..

BBC

BBC

press

If they gave out awards for the year's most self-defeating title, Are We Done Yet? would be hard to beat. A wholly unncessary sequel to 2005's Are We There Yet? spliced with Mr Blandings Builds His Dream House, Steve Carr's so-called comedy sees Ice Cube's reluctant family man swap the big city for a sprawling crib in the 'burbs. No sooner has he moved in, though, than his new home starts falling apart - a telling metaphor if ever there was one...

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