The Brady Bunch had six, Cheaper By the Dozen had 12 and now, Yours, Mine & Ours brings us a whopping 18 kids! Read on for the review of this remake of the 1968 film of the same name.
Yours, Mine & Ours - One House, 20 Peeps
Frank Beardsley (Dennis Quaid) is a Coast Guard Admiral with eight children; Helen North (Rene Russo) is a free-spirited handbag designer with 10 kids. They're both single parents, but raise their kids in totally different ways - Frank runs a tight ship at home by using military-style discipline, while Helen gives her brood enough freedom to express themselves. When Frank and Helen, who were high school sweethearts, run into each other at their high school reunion, they fall back in love, elope and move their families in under one roof! But, they soon realize that just like Rome, a happy home can't be built in a day.
Yours, Mine & Ours - Is Bigger Really Better?
For those of ya who don't know, Yours, Mine & Ours is pretty similar to Cheaper By the Dozen, which starred Hilary Duff. The only difference is that Cheaper By the Dozen is the story of one huge household, while Yours, Mine & Ours is about two giant families coming together to form a super-sized combo! Cutie Sean Faris stars as the eldest son of the Beardsley clan and Danielle Panabaker is the eldest North daughter, who team up to sabotage their parent's chances for a happily-ever-after ending. Unfortunately, the pranks are just plain gross, like slipping on vomit and falling face-first into a pit of green goo.
Yours, Mine & Ours - DVD Features
When you've got a movie based on a family of 20, you'd expect to get a DVD packed full of extras. Yours, Mine & Ours definitely delivers on the features front with things like deleted scenes and commentary, featurettes on how they chose the cast and an informative extra on how to pursue your big break Hollywood! So, if you're an aspiring actor, this DVD will not only entertain you, but help you on your quest to become famous. Pretty cool.
Yours, Mine & Ours - Bottom Line
If you're a fan of slapstick humor, then Yours, Mine & Ours is worth checking out. While it's not the best family flick of the year, there are quite a few funny scenes for both you and your 'rents to enjoy.
"noordinarygirl" wrote:You're lost on a dark, stormy night. Upon wandering around and inspecting your surroundings, you come upon an old house and enter. It seems to be abandoned, at least for now. You try to turn on the lamp, but the power is out. You explore the house.Several of the doors are locked, and there seem to be no beds, couches, or any other furniture to sit on. At last you come to a room that is not locked. You open the door and see something you did not expect.The room is bare save for three chairs. One has knives embedded in it, one is an electric chair, and the other one is swarmed with spiders. You are tired after searching for a place to stay and desire to sit and rest. Which chair do you choose?
The electric chair cuz it won't kill you unless you flip a switch lol
"-Karpov-" wrote:That's definitely not correct. Half of a and half of v puts it closer to gr than ty, not the center. 3 letters in from the start and the end = v ...
Maybe I jumped the gun on that one.