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Bringing Down the House

Attorney Peter Sanderson begins his life again by looking for another woman after divorcing his first wife. Peter begins diving again in the dating but finds it difficult to meet the women's occasions. Things change when Peter meets an online woman who happens to be in prison. This girl tries to be with Peter until he proceeds to wreak havoc on his middle class life.
Actors: Walter Addison,
Walter Addison
Walter Addison 15 April 1946, USA
Steve Harris,
Steve Harris
Steve Harris 3 December 1965, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Seth Altschull,
Seth Altschull
Seth Altschull
Jesse Corti,
Jesse Corti
Jesse Corti 3 July 1955, Venezuela
Queen Latifah,
Queen Latifah
Queen Latifah 18 March 1970, Newark, New Jersey, USA
Teddy Lane Jr.,
Teddy Lane Jr.
Teddy Lane Jr. 1967, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Matt Lutz,
Matt Lutz
Matt Lutz 15 October 1978, Anderson, Indiana, USA
Warren Tabata,
Warren Tabata
Warren Tabata 12 November 1948
Seth Howard,
Seth Howard
Seth Howard
Linus the Dog,
Linus the Dog
Linus the Dog
Jernard Burks,
Jernard Burks
Jernard Burks
Genre: Comedy
Director: Adam Shankman
Adam Shankman
Adam Shankman 27 November 1964, Los Angeles, California, USA
Country: United States
Release: 2003
IMDb: 5.6
Duration: 105 min
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CRITICS OF "Bringing Down the House"
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...
Ebert & Roeper

March 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.
EDGE Boston

October 07, 2003

Irreverent but perhaps not funny enough, "Bringing Down the House" gives Queen Latifah the chance to shine opposite Steve Martin.
USA Today

March 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.
Cinema Crazed

April 29, 2009

You're better off ignoring this junk and saving your time.

July 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.
New York Daily News

April 22, 2003

A comedy that successfully plays with stereotypes, both racial and personal.
Village Voice

March 11, 2003

A Film in Which Steve Martin Will Appear in Full Hip-Hop Drag With Appropriate Slang for Not Less Than Six Minutes.
Common Sense Media

December 22, 2010

Martin and Latifah rule in boundary-pushing PG-13.
Denver Rocky Mountain News

March 14, 2003

A comedy constructed from tapped-out ideas.
Movie Metropolis

May 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.
New York Magazine/Vulture

March 09, 2003

The material is thin and pandering and almost criminally negligent in bypassing opportunities for humor.