Cheaper by the Dozen 2

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Still of Steve Martin in Cheaper by the Dozen 2Still of Carmen Electra and Eugene Levy in Cheaper by the Dozen 2Still of Steve Martin and Eugene Levy in Cheaper by the Dozen 2Hilary Duff and Adam Shankman in Cheaper by the Dozen 2Still of Steve Martin and Eugene Levy in Cheaper by the Dozen 2Still of Steve Martin and Bonnie Hunt in Cheaper by the Dozen 2

Plot

Steve Martin and Bonnie Hunt return as heads of the Baker family who, while on vacation, find themselves in competition with a rival family of eight children, headed by Eugene Levy

Release Year: 2005

Rating: 5.2/10 (17,796 voted)

Critic's Score: 34/100

Director:
Adam Shankman

Stars: Steve Martin, Bonnie Hunt, Hilary Duff

Storyline
Steve Martin and Bonnie Hunt return as heads of the Baker family who, while on vacation, find themselves in competition with a rival family of eight children, headed by Eugene Levy

Writers: Sam Harper, Craig Titley

Cast:

Steve Martin

Tom Baker


Eugene Levy

Jimmy Murtaugh


Bonnie Hunt

Kate Baker


Tom Welling

Charlie Baker


Piper Perabo

Nora Baker-McNulty


Carmen Electra

Sarina Murtaugh


Jaime King

Anne Murtaugh


Hilary Duff

Lorraine Baker


Taylor Lautner

Eliot Murtaugh


Alyson Stoner

Sarah Baker


Jonathan Bennett

Bud McNulty


Jacob Smith

Jake Baker


Liliana Mumy

Jessica Baker


Morgan York

Kim Baker


Kevin G. Schmidt

Henry Baker

Taglines:
This Christmas, you better watch out!



Details

Official Website:
Fox Home Entertainment [United States] – DVD site|
Fox [Brazil]|

Release Date: 21 December 2005

Filming Locations: Aurora, Ontario, Canada

Opening Weekend: $15,340,679
(USA)
(25 December 2005)
(3175 Screens)

Gross: $82,569,532
(USA)
(30 April 2006)



Technical Specs

Runtime:



Did You Know?

Trivia:

Carmen Electra is allergic to dogs. When the Bakers go to the Murtaughs' house, their dog Gunner jumps all over her. When the Bakers are leaving, tiny red dots are all over her body.

Goofs:

Continuity:
At the end of the movie, the blanket is alternately on/off the baby's head between shots.

Quotes:

Tom Baker:
Tire swing ready!
[falls off tire swing]

Tom Baker:
Tire swing, not ready!



User Review

A family comedy series that really stands out

Rating:


Cheaper by the Dozen II, like most sequels, wasn't as good as its
predecessor but was a safe movie bet, allowing you to fall back into a
familiarity of the first and have some more fun with it. It picks up a
couple years after the first installment with changes abound as the
oldest daughter is now married and pregnant and with everyone growing
up, the Bakers plan to vacation one last time at their old summer
nesting grounds before sending off newly graduated Lurraine (Hillary
Duff) to New York. Ashton Kutcher's out of the picture, while Eugene
Levy enters the scene as Steve Martin's rival, providing some decent
comic relief. Knowing full-well, they can't focus on all twelve kids,
Tom Welling's newfound romance and rebelliousness are underdeveloped,
while the unfortunate mistake is made of shifting the focus to Hillary
Duff's character. Duff basically plays a caricature of herself (or at
least her public image) as a teenage diva, who only worked in the first
movie because she was distilled in small doses. There's also a side
story with one of the younger siblings having her first crush. Like the
first film, this installment relies on Martin's physical comedy for
laughs with some very relatable moments along the way and in the end,
the family wins out over all other forces.