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Having decided to ditch the city in favor of the suburbs, a newly formed family purchases a quaint "fixer-upper" that proves to be more trouble than they could have ever anticipated in a rollicking family comedy that's half sequel to , and half remake of . Nick (Ice Cube) and Suzanne (Nia Long) have tied the knot, and now the couple is looking for a suitable home in which to raise their family. What better place to bring up adolescents Lindsey (Aleisha Allen) and Kevin (Philip Daniel Bolden) than a quiet house in the suburbs? Despite their outward excitement at the prospect of moving into their very own home, the family soon discovers that dreams don't come easy as eccentric contractor Chuck Mitchell (John C. McGinley) clashes with the head of the family while forming a frustratingly close bond with his wife and two step-children. As the promising fixer-upper begins to pose a serious threat to the burgeoning family's bank account, Nick gradually begins to realize that the suburban dream doesn't come cheap. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

  • Release date:April 4, 2007


Steve Carr
Ice Cube
Ted Hartley
Todd Garner
Matt Alvarez
Hank Nelken
Jack N. Green
Teddy Castellucci
Composer (Music Score)
Spring Aspers
Musical Direction/Supervision
Craig Herring
Nina Ruscio
Production Designer
Kelvin Humenny
Art Director
Ronald G. Muhammad
Associate Producer
Kevin Cornish
Associate Producer
Derek Dauchy
Executive Producer
Heidi Santelli
Executive Producer
Steve Carr
Executive Producer
Aaron Ray
Executive Producer
Neil Machlis
Executive Producer
Cheryl Kroll
Set Designer
Michael Toby
Set Designer
Jim Ramsay
Set Designer
Peter Lando
Set Decorator
Jori Woodman
Costume Designer
Karen Vassar
Sound/Sound Designer
Hector Gika
Sound/Sound Designer
David Husby
Sound/Sound Designer
Donald Sparks
First Assistant Director
Lynne Carrow
Susan Brouse
Rebeccah Delchambre
Norman Panama
From Screenplay by
Jon Taylor
Re-Recording Mixer
Kelly Oxford
Supervising Sound Editor
Melvin Frank
From Screenplay by
Jon Cowley
Visual Effects Supervisor