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Cheaper by the Dozen 2

Cheaper by the Dozen 2 ★★ 2005 (PG)

Another in the rather endless string of lazy, mediocre family slapstick comedies. Dad Tom Baker (Martin) and wife Kate (Hunt) are still trying to manage their motley crew, but now a few are older and about to leave the family nest. The solution? One last family vacation to Lake Winnetka, Wisconsin. Only the beloved lakefront property is a bit decrepit, and Baker's arch-rival (Levy)—who has eight kids of his own AND a hot new wife (Electra)—has built a mansion across the lake. Lots of harmless silliness. Martin, Levy, and Hunt have all done much better work elsewhere, and they're obviously just picking up a paycheck. 94m/C DVD . US Steve Martin, Eugene Levy, Bonnie Hunt, Tom Welling, Piper Perabo, Carmen Electra, Jaime (James) King, Hilary Duff, Alyson Stoner, Jonathan Bennett, Jacob Smith, Liliana Mumy, Morgan York, Kevin G. Schmidt, Forrest Landis, Taylor Lautner; D: Adam Shankman; W: Sam Harper; C: Peter James; M: John Debney.

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