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The Brady Bunch: In The White House

Shelley Long , Gary Cole , Neal Israel    PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)   DVD
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1.0 out of 5 stars If I Could Rate It 0 Stars... Nov. 6 2004
...well, you know that cliche.
I'm a HUUUUUUUGE Brady Bunch fan. I'll definitely be one of the people who buys Season 1 of the original series on release day, if Sherwood Schwartz and Paramount ever release it. Also, I thought the Brady films were HILARIOUS!!! Shelly Long and Gary Cole made great Mike and Carol Bradys, and the actors and actresses who played the Brady Kids were funny and memorable.
Sadly, this third entry into the Brady Movie 'trilogy' is horrible, at best. Gary Cole and Shelly Long have to work with weak dialogue, a lame storyline, and a supporting cast that you wished could have stayed locked away in the Presidential Bunker for a long time. I think the only non-veteran actor or actress in the film that went on to something successful was one of the girls at Marcia's slumber party, who's currently in that irritating McDonald's commercial with that guy who can't find his Happy Meal toy.
I'm surprised that this film was even allowed to be broadcast on TV, it was so wretched. It definitely ranks (pun intended) with other misfires, like the Variety Hour and The Bradys spinoff. What's really sad is that I think this also puts the final nail in the coffin of the 'anything Brady' nostalgia phase, which also included the Growing Up Brady movie. After this film, I wonder if any more Brady-related projects will be made.
Already Sherwood and Paramount - it's time to clean the palate with the release of Season 1 of the Brady Bunch TV series!!!!
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2.0 out of 5 stars A Very Brady Disappointment March 31 2004
By Barry
There are some things in this world that refuse to die. Things that will stand the test of time. If the world was to end tomorrow, three things would still be here. Cockroaches, Cher, and the brood from Clinton Way. The Brady's. Our favorite ployester pests return in this made for TV movie that aired during Thanksgiving of 2002. The tele-film followed in the steps of the two recent big screen adventures, but the fun and hilariousness that made those two films, especially the first one, hysterical and endearing, did not cross over this hodepodge of a film. Bobby Brady finds a lottery ticket and takes it home. The ticket turns out to be the winning one with a grand prize of $67 million. But Mike, being Mike, refuses to keep it and tries to find the rightful owner. Because of his good deed, he is to meet the President. Through some situations, Mike becomes the President Of The United States himself and the first family of TV become the first family of the country. There were many chances here to do something, but the writers play it safe and the situation never rises to what it could of been. Speaking of writing, you know it is not going to be much when it is written by a Schwartz. Lloyd, that is. He tries to mimic the writing and feel of the spoofy big screen adaptions, but he never aces it. The writers of those films wrote it with a sure hand, but he just comes across as an old fashioned "Brady' writer trying to be hip and self aware. The only good thing this missfire has going for it is the return of Shelley Long and Gary Cole as Carol and Mike Brady. Their association with the project bring that level of hilarity and spark to the proceedings. The kids are not good. The kids are all new, and not that impressive. Jan and Marcia do okay, but the rest leave a lot to be desired. Read more ›
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1.0 out of 5 stars The Brady Worst June 27 2004
By Lu100
The only reason I bought this DVD is b/c it was a Brady Bunch film and...came as a set with Growing Up which is an awesome movie.
Well,let me tell you this movie is just awful! I mean the actors couldn't been worst casted, Greg looks gay, Peter is fat, I think Bobby somewhat fits the original (Lookinland)
Marcia and Jan act so fake and Cindy looks like she is either a midget or she is four years younger than Bobby.
Alice is freaky, she doesn't resemble either Ann B. or the one from the 2 brady movies and her acting is just horrible, she is not cheesy...she is stupid
Mike and Carol are the dearest Gary Cole and Shelly Long, these two actors are good, they do resemble the original actors, I don't have any objections about them
The producers better think of making a new Brady movie b/c if they expect to have this film as the last one....The Bradys are dead!!
Don't buy it!!! for your own sake!!!!!!
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1.0 out of 5 stars skip it June 8 2004
By A Customer
Wow, this one was really bad. I didn't get to see it when it aired on TV and just got the DVD. I watched about three quarters of it and gave up. It is no where near as good as the two theatrical versions. Missing are actual Brady Bunch sub-plots that are written or reffered to throughout the movie. None of the kids really looked like any of the actual Bradys in either the two movies or the show- execpt for Marica, but she doesn't seem as genuine as Christine Taylor's version.
Gary Cole and Shelley Long are back, and that was the only reason I bought this movie. But the whole story about them in the white house is an unbelievably bad idea. The producers didn't even get the actress who played Alice to return, and her replacement isn't that great either.
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5.0 out of 5 stars another awesome brady bunch July 4 2004
By stephen
I don't know what everybody else is saying about this movie but it is actually really good!!! i didn't really care for the new and improved characters because they did a fine job!!!!! i tthink every single brady bunch fan should buy this dvd!!!
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