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Amy Hendriks 1 year ago
Has funny moments! Nice to watch with the family.
Amanda Mathews almost 3 years ago
Had it's moments but not all that great
Tracey Orr over 6 years ago
The original was so much better.
Jody Bradley 7 years ago
Used to watch this on repeat all the time!
Rowan Humphreys 7 years ago
someone shoot me X(
Daniel Jones over 7 years ago
Absolutely hated it. Steve Martin is capable of so much more.
Dylan Clites almost 8 years ago
Steve Martin kinda makes the whole thing work. Not a masterpiece, but still quite funny.
Karla 10 months ago
Robyn Wilde 12 months ago
Don Lathrop 1 year ago
Brian Kuepper over 1 year ago
Ben Hobbs over 1 year ago
Daniel Camacho over 1 year ago
Giorgia almost 2 years ago
Hiram Soto over 2 years ago
Lauren Armstrong over 2 years ago
Lisa Andrews over 2 years ago
Rebecca Gibbs over 2 years ago
Jessica Gross over 2 years ago
Cheaper by the Dozen is a 2003 American comedy film about a family with 12 children (seven boys and five girls). The film takes its title from the 1948 biography of the same name of Frank Bunker Gilbreth and Lillian Moller Gilbreth and their 12 children, but other than the title and the concept of a family with 12 children, the film bears no resemblance to the book nor its movie adaption. The film was directed by Shawn Levy, who also helped produce the sequel Cheaper by the Dozen 2. It was released on Thursday, December 25, 2003 by 20th Century Fox. Kate Baker (Bonnie Hunt) narrates a story about her large family: her husband Tom (Steve Martin) is a football coach at a small rural college, Kate is hoping to publish her book on parenting, and all while they manage their twelve children, eleven of which live at home. When Tom unexpectedly receives an offer from his old friend Shake McGuire (Richard Jenkins) to coach at a large university, the family moved to Evanston, Illinois despite...
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