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Nick (Ice Cube) and Suzanne (Nia Long) decide to move to the suburbs to create a better life for children Lindsey (Aleisha Allen) and Kevin (Philip Bolden). But their idea of a dream home is disturbed by a contractor with a bizarre approach to business.
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Basically, the title says it all and if you're unlucky enough to end up seeing this, you'll be repeating that title for the entire 96 minutes. Avoid.
June 19, 2007
Dallas Morning News
An acknowledged remake of the old Cary Grant movie Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House. As far as I could tell, that's because everyone involved was inspired by the syllable "Bland" in the title.
May 28, 2007
Common Sense Media
Ice Cube's do-it-yourself sequel is too formulaic.
October 31, 2007
L.A. Weekly
Fans of the first film can rest assured that a change in the director's chair -- Dr. Dolittle 2 auteur Steve Carr taking over for the presumably indisposed Brian Levant -- has done little to curb the overall tone of slapstick desperation.
April 05, 2007
passable but far from inspired
July 15, 2007
Bangor Daily News (Maine)
We're finished.
August 02, 2007
Times (UK)
The only thing in Steve Carr's fatuous movie that earns a few giggles is John C McGinley's silliness as a new-age builder.
June 09, 2007
As unfortunate titles for cynically commercial sequels go, this one's a doozy
June 09, 2007
Time Out
Let's just hope the kids find burping raccoons and crumbling ceilings hilarious.
July 12, 2007
Ebert & Roeper
It's just awful. It's beyond awful.
April 09, 2007
Time Out
Even though the cinematic foundation of this cheap prefab fluff is a message of family togetherness, the building materials -- boneheaded behavior, overwrought conflict, treacly sentiment -- have classic dry rot.
April 07, 2007