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His house. His rules. Some in-laws were made to be broken.
The fiancé of an African-American woman who's met with skepticism and suspicion from her father. Tension flares -- along with comedy -- when she takes him home for the all-important introduction, and as the wedding approaches, Dad must come to terms with his future son-in-law.
The ONLY reason to watch this is for the incomparable Bernie Mac
Pretty decent for a romantic comedy I guess. I don't know, pretty plain but I liked the characters. Like meet the parents with a more modern spin
Tipiska Kačera komēdija, kas nepiedāvā neko jaunu un oriģinālu, taču sava žanra galveno pienākumu izpilda-ir smieklīga. Skatāma arī vairāk nekā vienu reizi.
Some good laughs here. Makes me miss the funny Bernie Mac R.I.P.
There's definitely some laughs to be had here. It's not a terrible movie but it's nothing to write home about.
The main reason why I enjoyed this movie when I watched it nearly 8 years ago was probably the fact that I had no idea back then of the existence of Guess Who's Coming to Dinner and hence I hadn't watched it yet. Good for the makers of Guess Who that apparently they didn't even conceive the idea of making this remake also a drama (it would have been a pathetic mess), and instead they opted for making a lighthearted romantic comedy that, though downright predictable and silly, is actually hilarious in some parts, mainly due to the charisma of the late Bernie Mac.
Kutcher is still terrible.
Meet the Parents: The White boy edition.
- Sharky's Machine
- Absence of Malice
- On Golden Pond
- Richard Pryor: Live on the Sunset Strip
- To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar
- Dead men don't die
- The Amazing Panda Adventure
- Gone Baby Gone
Submissions are welcome.
- What Price Glory
- Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
- What Waits Below
- Who Framed Roger Rabbit
- Why Do Fools Fall In Love