Special features include the seven-minute Kidding Around On Set: Making Are We Done Yet? featurette, a three-minute blooper reel, the Are We Done Yet? film quiz, the five-minute Chuck Mitchell, Jr.: Jack Of All Trades featurette, previews, and up-front ads.
After he married Suzanne (Long), Nick Persons (Ice Cube) moved her and her two children into his very small bachelor pad. But with twins on the way, he figures it
With solid blacks and well-saturated colors, the anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 exhibits a natural-looking image. Shadow delineation is good, with details in the near dark delivered well. In general, however, the finest details are not resolved perfectly. Edge enhancement is relatively minor, although still noticeable, but pixilation and compression artifacts are not overly obtrusive. (Danny Richelieu)
Music is mixed well across the front stage in the Dolby
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