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Yours, Mine, & Ours (DVD, 2006, Widescreen Version)

Raja Gosnell, Rene Russo, Dennis Quaid | Theatrical release: 2005 | Rating: PG (MPAA)
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Based on a film from 1968 (that starred Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda), this is a genially sprawling family comedy about two huge families that come together to create total chaos. Helen (Renee Russo) is the free-spirited mother of ten, including six adopted children of various races. Meanwhile, Admiral Frank Beardsley (Dennis Quaid) has eight well-trained Anglo Saxon overachievers, including a class president shoo-in (Sean Faris), a cheerleader (Katija Pevec) and a pair of sugar-addict twins (Brecken and Bridger Palmer). Among those on Helen's free-spirit side are a cute guitar-playing hipster chick (Danielle Panabaker), a sullen emo boy (Drake Bell), a rapper (Lil' JJ), a hissy-fit throwing young Asian fashion designer (Lao North), twins from India (Jennifer and Jessica Habib), and a potbellied pig. When Helen and Frank impulsively wed after reuniting at a class reunion, their differing clans resent suddenly having to share bedrooms and bathroom time with such polar opposites. Devious plans are hatched, wars waged, and very few heads escape being doused with paint or other thick gooey matter, especially poor Frank's, whose regimented military mind can hardly fathom the complexities of so many run-amok age groups. Luckily, Quaid is playing the role, and he's great at mixing broad comedy with parental authority. Russo is also strong here--still sexy as ever--and the sophisticated romantic chemistry she manages to squeeze in with Quaid between pratfalls should keep the parents happy. Raja Gosnell's (BIG MOMMA'S HOUSE) direction seems to be working overtime to provide something fun for every age, and he mostly succeeds. And any film with Linda Hunt as a martini-swilling housekeeper can't be all bad., IN THEATERS NOVEMBER 23, 2005The remake of a 1968 film that starred Lucille Ball and Henry Fonder, YOURS, MINE, & OURS adds a comma and an ampersand to the title (the original is called YOURS, MINE AND OURS) but keeps everything else pretty much the same. Rene Russo stars as a widow with ten children, and Dennis Quaid as a similarly bereaved man with eight kids. They fall in love, marry, and make the best of their zany new life with a blended family.

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  • Edition: Widescreen Version
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Rating: PG (MPAA)
  • Film Country: USA
  • UPC: 097363423041

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Genre:Comedies
Format:DVD
Display Format:Widescreen Version

Director:Raja Gosnell
Leading Role:Rene Russo, Dennis Quaid
eBay Product ID: EPID51248844

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"Mr. Quaid and Ms. Russo comfortably hold their own amid the madness..."
New York Times - Stephen Holden (11/23/2005)

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Created: 03/06/06

Yours, Mine, & Ours (2006, DVD)

Review For: Yours, Mine, & Ours (DVD, 2006, Widescreen Version)

This movie overcame my negative expectations and won me over despite it's numerous flaws. Why? The characters, though drawn with broad strokes, are nonetheless likable, and I found myself rooting for them going into the final act.

Dennis Quaid and Rene Russo are as attractive as actors my age get, and their characters are both essentially good. That was a good place to start.

Quaid is a 2-Star Coast Guard Admiral just assigned to take over leadership at the Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut. A widower of several years, he presides over his brood of 8 kids along with housekeeper Linda Hunt. Russo portrays his high school sweetheart, still living there in New London. She is also widowed. After 4 children of their own, she and her previous spouse adopted 6 more. There is a real international feeling in that house. She works at home in a messily creative studio as a designer who sells things at places like Saks Fifth Avenue.

The admiral's kids are all quite regimented. They keep a tidy ship, adhere rigidly to written schedules and call their father "Admiral", which I thought sort of odd despite 22 years in the Navy myself. My children call me "Dad". But I digress. Russo is raising her children to be free-thinking spirits.

There would be no movie if the designer and the admiral didn't get together. The "conflict" that must be resolved is between the military brats and the flower children.

There is much to scoff at. There are several frenzied scenes of physical comedy - all ending with Quaid covered with wet stuff. With 20 family members there is scarcely a moment for any degree of character development. Rip Torn is absolutely fantastic in the right role - here he is badly miscast as the Commandant of the Coast Guard. At one point he is so pleased at the promotion of his subordinate Quaid that he lifts him off the ground in a big bear hug in one of those big Washington, D.C. rotundas. All the Admirals I know in real life are slightly more reserved in large public places. A portion of the family conflict comes when Quaid's 2-star Admiral is nominated to become the replacement for 4-Star Torn. This is about as realistic as the person who just got the job supervising orientation of new employees to the Ford Motor Company suddenly being named CEO. I know this sort of plot device happens in film all the time, but even a kindergarden understanding of arithmetic would allow you to know that a 2-Star Admiral doesn't replace a 4-Star without that intermediate 3-Star step.

Still - I liked it. I liked the couple. I liked the kids. I wanted things to work out for them.

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Created: 04/04/10

Yours, Mine, & Ours (DVD, 2006, Widescreen)

Review For: Yours, Mine, & Ours (DVD, 2006, Widescreen Version)

Fun for the whole family...

...but, you better have a talk after and explain that the behavior of the children is totally unacceptable!! a LOT of paint throwing, mess making, plotting to break up the happy couple, teen parties with beer, kids acting bratty, and so on.

But, the ending was sweet, so, I guess that makes up for all the nonsense. maybe.

Mom and Dad debate to spank, or not, to allow mayhem, to just let things go, or to run a house with military precision. I might have to vote with Dad on this one. watching this, my dear Norman groaned a few times and said it was silly. I mumbled a, "gimme a break," or "oh, come on," or three, was a wee bit silly and unrealistic.

When a family has 8, 10, or 18 kids, there must be rules, charts, time limits in the bathroom, and good old fashioned discipline. (and that, kids, is not a dirty word!)

As for the "yours mine and ours" part - just enjoy it and don't compare to the original. the original with Lucile Ball and Henry Fonda is NOTHING like this remake. I love that movie, it's on my personal top 10 list. No one is like Lucy or Henry Fonda. Renee Russo, is lovely, and so is Dennis Quaid, and they did fine here, but a remake is a remake. they changed a few things. See the original.

Plus, I read the book, long ago. It is a true story. This was a military family with 18 kids. and, believe me, they had charts and rules.

Oh, can I say, the pet pig just annoyed the heck outa me? Gads - that would be the first thing to go, if it were me. no pig, or any pet for that matter - and I am a pet lover - is going to eat off the kitchen table, thank you.

One interesting thing - they lived in New London, CT - where I lived for 6 years. I know that town. I was looking hard for familiar landmarks and scenery. the Coast Guard Academy is the only thing that looked familiar to me. the house, cool as it was, did not look like New London, prob filmed.. about anywhere, just not there. but, that's Hollywood. I do believe the real dad was in the Navy, not the CG. but, my son-in-law is a Coastie, so, I love 'em. when I lived in NL, we used to bring home Academy kids for Easter and Christmas, and feed them, great times.

Cute kids, cute parents, there is a moral of the story in the end, and togetherness and family wins.

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Created: 06/17/06

a must have

Boy if you want a hilarious movie for a stormy winter night, this is the one to get. While we absolutely loved the first movie with Lucille Ball moviemakers did a great job in creating a 21st century version of a well-loved story. The setting for this remake was extraordinary and the lighthouse reconstruction was a stroke of genious.
As the mother of a extra-large family I can relate one hundred percent to the mishaps, joys, and blunders this couple makes throughout the movie. Most families with this amount of children would probably not live as comfortably as they seem to be, but it is Hollywood. If that were reality, there would be no reason to watch this movie. As such a person has to settle down in their little house and just escape into a world where life like this is a possiblity. And if that isn't what family movies are for, pray tell I have missed the reason for watching.
Quaid and Russow together are wonderful and spontaneous. You can see the attraction between them immediately and just sit back and lose yourself in their wonderful love story. As the antics of the children play out a person is amused to see the bridge between the families building even if they are trying to tear mom and dad apart. The comradrie between the kids is great. The scenes with the housekeeper are absolutely hilarious. There that word is again and it is the best one to describe this movie--hilarious.

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Created: 07/20/09

*~*~ ABSOLUTELY HILARIOUS and Very Good! ~*~*

Review For: Yours, Mine, & Ours (DVD, 2006, Widescreen Version)

Yours, Mine & Ours is a VERY GOOD movie, that the whole family can enjoy! it is a remake of the 1968 Henry Fonda/Lucille Ball Original. Larger families can easily relate to this movie, as well as those that have step-children!
Dennis Quaid and Rene Russo played A++ Roles!

VERY FUNNY and VERY ENJOYABLE!

*~*~ A Must Own ~*~*

It keeps your attention from beginning to end


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Created: 04/21/08

Yours, Mine, & Ours - I think they need more bathrooms

Review For: Yours, Mine, & Ours (DVD, 2006, Widescreen Version)

I don't remember a lot from the original movie, Lucille Ball's and Henry Fonda's movie. The basic Story line is the same 8 kid's on Dad's side and 10 on Mom's. Conservatives and Liberals in one house. The possibilities are endless and the writers came up with some good ideas and some that were a little predictable. Overall a great family movie, 7 - 10 year olds will probable love it.


I would rate it 8 of 10 Stars

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