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Michael Cole over 3 years ago
Not horrible, just unoriginal
bethswald over 7 years ago
Stupid but ultimately harmless
Kakra almost 8 years ago
Dylan Clites 8 years ago
Entertaining for children, but the older you get the worse this seems.
Don Lathrop over 1 year ago
Rachel Marshall over 1 year ago
Car over 2 years ago
Lauren Armstrong over 2 years ago
Flo HM almost 3 years ago
Hiram Soto 3 years ago
jojodoug 3 years ago
Yalini 3 years ago
Sandra Padilla over 3 years ago
Alejandra Thomas almost 4 years ago
Daniel Duval almost 4 years ago
Shawn Balcomb 4 years ago
Daddy Day Care (known in Japan as: Charlie and 14 kids) is a 2003 American comedy film, starring Eddie Murphy. It was written by Geoff Rodkey and was directed by Steve Carr. It was released in theaters on May 9, 2003. It was produced by Revolution Studios and released by Columbia Pictures. Although the film was financially successful, grossing $164 million worldwide on a budget of $60 million plus prints and advertising, it's 2007 sequel, Daddy Day Camp starring Cuba Gooding Jr., was almost universally panned by critics and bombed in the box office. Charles "Charlie" Hinton (Eddie Murphy) is a busy working father and his wife, Kim (Regina King) has just gone back to work as a lawyer. They enroll their child, Ben (Khamani Griffin), in Chapman Academy, a very academic pre-school headed by Miss Harridan (Anjelica Huston). Soon after, Charlie is laid off. In need of money, he opens up a day care center, "Daddy Day Care" with the help of his best friend Phil Ryerson (Jeff Garlin). At first...
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