Studio: Sony Pictures
Ice Cube as Nick Persons, Nia Long as Suzanne Kingston, Aleisha Allen as Lindsey Kingston, Philip Bolden as Kevin Kingston, Jay Mohr as Marty, M.C. Gainey as Al Buck, C. Ernst Harth as Ernst, Nichelle Nichols as Miss Mable, Henry Simmons as Karl
Crew: Brian Levant (director); Steven Gary Banks and Claudia Grazioso (writers)
In Revolution Studios’ family comedy Are We There Yet?, Nick (Ice Cube), a smooth operator, is trying to land a date with Suzanne (Nia Long). Problem is Suzanne, a divorcee, is stuck working in Vancouver and miserable because she misses her kids. Seizing the opportunity, Nick gallantly offers to make her wish come true – and his own in the process – by bringing seven-year-old Kevin (Philip Bolden) and eleven-year-old Lindsey (Aleisha Allen) up from Portland, Oregon to be reunited with their mom. What Nick doesn’t know is that Suzanne’s children think that no man is good enough for their mom and will do everything they can to make the trip a nightmare for him. Fasten your seat belts, it’s going to be a bumpy ride.
Production Company: Revolution Studios
To win over their mother, he’s driving them across country. What could possibly go wrong?
24 hours. 350 miles. His girlfriend’s kids. What could possibly go wrong?
Coming soon… by plane, by train, by car.
Official Websites: Are We There Yet?
Release Dates: JANUARY 21, 2005
Genre: COMEDY / ROMANCE