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Who Gets the House? (1999)

G | | Comedy, Drama, Family | 1999 (USA)
Don and Rebecca Reece are facing the toughest decision of their lives whether or not to end their marriage of nearly 20 years. The Reeces agree to a trial separation. The kids get the house... See full summary »

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Timothy J. Nelson

Writer:

Patricia Lavoie
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ricky Mabe ... Brian Reece
Elisha Cuthbert ... Emily Reece
Sophie Lorain ... Rebecca Reece
Carl Marotte ... Don Reece
Fatuma Kayembe Fatuma Kayembe ... Jennifer Rhodes
Emma Taylor-Isherwood Emma Taylor-Isherwood ... Heidi Reece (as Emma Isherwood)
Sally Taylor-Isherwood ... Amy Reece (as Sally Isherwood)
George Takei ... Elliott
Amanda Strawn Amanda Strawn ... Denise Rhodes
Barry Blake ... John Hoss
Sheena Larkin Sheena Larkin ... Mrs. Hoss
Paul Hopkins ... Hoss' Son
Swede Swensson Swede Swensson ... Hoss' Son (as Swede Svensson)
Eric Goulem Eric Goulem ... Director
Jane Gilchrist Jane Gilchrist ... Lucille Weiss
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Don and Rebecca Reece are facing the toughest decision of their lives whether or not to end their marriage of nearly 20 years. The Reeces agree to a trial separation. The kids get the house; Mom and Dad will shuttle back and forth. Written by Richard LeComte <richlec@yahoo.com.

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Liking someone really boils down to simply making a choice.

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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G

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

1999 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Who Stole My Voice? See more »

Filming Locations:

Montréal, Québec, Canada

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CINAR See more »
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Color
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Evermore
Music by Alan Williams
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A poorly conceived family movie
30 October 2006 | by FilmFanLukeSee all my reviews

Wow, that's all I have to say about this movie. That's not a good wow either. I had to watch this is my high school family relations class last week. At first, I thought this was going to be a nice little family film that might even be enjoyable to watch. However, whatever message there is in this movie is lost by all the stupidity going on.

The first thing that I noticed was the parents have grown apart because the husband doesn't laugh at her anymore? How about the fact that they hardly even speak and don't show any affection towards each other. Another thing is that African sounding girl the kids hang out with. How does she get the document approved and how is she conveniently at their house whenever they come home, does she hide in the bushes? Also, the youngest daughter could use some speech therapy classes and the son is pretty annoying as well. George Takei is a very strange choice for their family friend. He comes across as more of a slave than their friend. Wasn't he remodeling their whole house? In conclusion, this movie is drastically stupid. I know its basically a kids movie but its pretty sub-par even for oblivious children. Now, a movie like Home Alone is a family film but it actually has some substance. I would avoid this movie if your looking for entertainment, but you could rent it if you want to see how bad it is. My class and I had many a good laugh while watching it.


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