CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN (Theatrical Release USA 2003)


Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.4|5.0 Starsìììì

Cheaper By the Dozen features Steve Martin and Bonnie Hunt in an amusing tale of challenges associated with taking on two demanding careers while raising 12 children. This film is not a true remake of the 1950 movie, Cheaper by the Dozen, as it does not detail the original Gilbreth family story but uses that movie’s original idea of the difficulties professionals engage when deciding to raise exceptionally large families in current times. Director Shawn Levy deserves credit for directing a good, family entertainment piece that is worth watching.

Storyline

A father of twelve children decides to take employment in a more demanding career position when his wife’s career, unexpectedly, skyrockets almost immediately afterward.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Shawn Levy for directing effort. Thank you to Producers Michael Barnathan, Ben Myron, and Robert Simonds for making the film possible. Additional characters, /cast include: Tom Baker (Steve Martin), Kate Baker (Bonnie Hunt), Nora Baker (Piper Perabo), Charlie Baker (Tom Welling), Lorraine Baker (Hilary Duff), Henry Baker (Kevin G. Schmidt), Sarah Baker (Alyson Stoner), Jake Baker (Jacob Smith), Jessica Baker (Liliana Mumy), and Kim Baker (Morgan York).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. This movie can be appreciated by the entire family and serves as good, clean comedy fare for everyone.

Ben Meyers

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