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Cheaper By the Dozen (2003)

3 Ratings: 2.0
Comedy movie directed by Shawn Levy

Steve Martin and Bonnie Hunt corral a wild herd of rampaging children inCheaper by the Dozen, an enjoyable family flick. When Kate Baker (Hunt,Jerry Maguire) gets a book deal for her chronicle of their abundant family life, she also gets drawn into a … see full wiki

Director: Shawn Levy
Genre: Comedy
Release Date: December 25, 2003
MPAA Rating: PG
4 reviews about Cheaper By the Dozen (2003)
review by . May 08, 2009
After Martin's lackluster Bringing Down the House, this movie was a vast improvement. Martin is highly likeable as a small town football coach who is offered the opportunity to move to Chicago to coach a major college football team. This opportunity is too good to pass up and since it is what Martin has wanted his whole life. The bad thing is that his large family, that is used to living the small-town lifestyle is forced to uproot and move to a totally alien environment in a rapid-paced big city. …
review by . July 28, 2007
There's a good movie in this material somewhere. It's just well-hidden under a steaming pile of alleged, paint-by-the-numbers, comedy. You know basically everything that will happen from start to finish. There's no surprise, no smiles and no effort at being more than it is.     The movie even suffers from "End Credit Blooper Syndrome", which is how you know the filmmakers even knew this was a turkey and figured they might try to solicit a few cheap laughs from you as you leave …
review by . March 19, 2005
In spite of many irrealsitic scenes, I genuiely liked Cheaper By The Dozen. Steve Martin with his facial expressions and zany antics always manages to bring a smile to my face. Another key aspect of this film as that there is some good character development among the supporting cast including the dozen children. One can relate to the many traumas that each of them face particularly Charlie's adjustment to high school and Mark getting attention from anyone other than Beans his pet frog.    Its …
review by . April 09, 2004
posted in Movie Hype
After Martin's lackluster Bringing Down the House, this movie was a vast improvement. Martin is highly likeable as a small town football coach who is offered the opportunity to move to Chicago to coach a major college football team. This opportunity is too good to pass up and since it is what Martin has wanted his whole life. The bad thing is that his large family, that is used to living the small-town lifestyle is forced to uproot and move to a totally alien environment in a rapid-paced big city.Martin's …
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