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Are We There Yet? DVD Review

Ice Cube stars in the new movie, Are We There Yet?
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Ice Cube stars in the new flick Are We There Yet?, a story about a ladies man who falls for a single mom. She just wants to be friends, but he's convinced they can be more - even if he has to prove it by winning over her two bratty kids. Check out the review right here!

Are We There Yet? - Love At First Sight

Nick is a washed-up baseball player who now runs his own sports collectibles shop. He's still trying to live the life of a star, buying a brand new Lincoln Navigator with all the extras. Enter the new hottie who works across the street. Nick sees her and instantly decides that he has to take her out - not realizing she has a couple of kids. Despite not being a real kid person, Nick is determined to win Suzanne over, even if it means flying with her kids to meet up with her in Vancouver on New Year's Eve.

Are We There Yet? - Road Trip Riot

Kevin and Lindsey aren't about to make things easy on the guy that's trying to get with their mom so they do anything and everything to make Nick's life miserable. So, a simple flight from Oregon to Vancouver turns into a road trip. And, when you stick a guy who doesn't like kids in a car with a couple of troublemakers for a few hours, it's bound to be a disaster. From spilled juice to projectile vomit, Nick's brand new Navigator really gets broken in. The kids try to escape on numerous occasions, which leads to some pretty funny scenes.

Are We There Yet? - Bumpy Ride

There are definitely some laughs in Are We There Yet?, but unfortunately they don't make up for the painful plot. First, Nick has a baseball player Bobblehead doll that sits on the dash of his car, and for the entire movie, it talks! It's totally cheesy and really annoying. There are also a ton of completely ridiculous scenes that will have you rolling your eyes, like when Nick fights a deer that gets spooked by a camera flash. Things pretty much go from bad to worse in this movie, and never show any signs of getting better.

Are We There Yet? - DVD Features

Catch some great bloopers and behind-the-scenes footage with the Are We There Yet? DVD. Tour through Ice Cube's sports collectible shop and play cool road trip games! And when you're done playing around with all the fun features, you can watch the movie again with the commentary from director Brian Levant.

Are We There Yet? - Bottom Line If you're looking for a flick that you can check out with the fam, you might wanna check out Racing Stripes or Lemony Snicket, instead. This film is pretty painful, so if you're dying to see it, rent it on DVD - don't buy it.

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