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Bringing Down the HouseLawyer Peter Sanderson wants to dive back into dating after his divorce and has a hard time meeting the right women. But things go awry when he meets a woman on the internet who happens to be in prison. She breaks out to be with him, and proceeds to wreak havoc on his middle-class life.Genre: ComedyCountry: United StatesDuration: 105 minQuality: SDRelease: 2003IMDb: 5.6
Actors of "Bringing Down the House"
Characters of "Bringing Down the House"
Directors of "Bringing Down the House"Adam ShankmanBirthdate: 27 November 1964, Los Angeles, California, USA
Creators of "Bringing Down the House"Jason Filardi
Critic Reviews of "Bringing Down the House"New York Daily NewsApril 22, 2003
A comedy that successfully plays with stereotypes, both racial and personal.Ebert & RoeperMarch 18, 2003
You have somebody as smart as Steve Martin, and as smart and appealing as Queen Latifah in a movie like this. To have such an awful, offensive story is a real disappointment.Denver Rocky Mountain NewsMarch 14, 2003
A comedy constructed from tapped-out ideas.Village VoiceMarch 11, 2003
A Film in Which Steve Martin Will Appear in Full Hip-Hop Drag With Appropriate Slang for Not Less Than Six Minutes.New York Magazine/VultureMarch 09, 2003
The material is thin and pandering and almost criminally negligent in bypassing opportunities for humor.USA TodayMarch 07, 2003
It's a sorry situation when actors as talented and funny as Queen Latifah and Steve Martin waste their efforts in an offensive exercise that feels like a bad sitcom.Blu-ray.comJuly 26, 2012
It's a wheezing, rusted machine of cheap jokes, cartoon performances, and crummy plotting, using shock value and insensitivity to make its painfully unfunny points.Movie MetropolisMay 12, 2012
Everything about this film is painfully familiar, except, perhaps, for the vicious-but-comic catfight between Latifah and Missi Pyle, who plays a high-society gold digger.Common Sense MediaDecember 22, 2010
Martin and Latifah rule in boundary-pushing PG-13.Cinema CrazedApril 29, 2009
You're better off ignoring this junk and saving your time.Star-Democrat (Easton, MD)January 06, 2004
If you've seen the commercials for Bringing Down the House, you already know the movie's best moments and most memorable lines...EDGE BostonOctober 07, 2003
Irreverent but perhaps not funny enough, "Bringing Down the House" gives Queen Latifah the chance to shine opposite Steve Martin.
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