Yours, Mine, & Ours (DVD, 2006, Widescreen Version)
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- rockingpandarec...Jun 01, 2013by
RENE RUSSO, STILL A HOLLYWOOD LOOKER, GREAT ACTRESS SADDLED WITH BAD SCRIPT
THERE JUST SEEM NOT ENOUGH FUNNY SKITS, OR JOKES TO GO AROUND IN THIS FILM. IT TENDS TO DRAG ON, WITH REALLY LITTLE HAPPENING COMPARED TO THE ORIGINAL LUCILLE BALL/HENRY FONDA HIT OR THE OTHER FILM OF THIS GENRE, I FORGET THE NAME..WITH STEVE MARTIN. THERE JUST SIMPLY IS NOT ENOUGH HERE TO HOLD TOTAL INTEREST, AND RENE RUSSO IS ALMOST TOTALLY IGNORED IN THIS FILM. IT'S OK, BUT NO WHERE NEAR THE ORIGINAL, OR OTHER CLONES.
- macivilinsAug 10, 2014by
movie worked great.. shipping was fast price was wonderful.. my kids loved this movie great movie for an entire family to watch together
- jmagallanes72Apr 04, 2010by
Yours, Mine, & Ours (DVD, 2006, Widescreen)
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.Read full review
- trutxnana3Dec 29, 2009by
yours mine and ours
this movie was great. in perfect condition. i will buy from this seller again.. this movie is about two families getting together 10 kids in one family and 8 kids in another one. they had to learn how to get along and live together as one family. the father is in the navy and the mother sells. it is hard at first and the kids set up a deal with each other to get the two families broken apart. when the families get to part they have been with each other so long that they then decide to get the mother and father back together again and with the love of each kid for one another they manage to get it done. a very good movie i love it alot. i have seen this movie about 30 times and i will continue to watch it more...
- jmark234Jan 28, 2016by
Smooth deal, accepted barter on price, smooth deal, thanks!
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