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  • Especially, Queen Latifah did a great job as a convict, as a nanny, and her lingo is really very funny

    • by kcr_8511
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      Bringing down the house is a fine comedy movie. This Steve Martin and Queen Latifah starred movie is I have watched this movie on DVD and it is a nice movie, at least one doesn’t get bored at any point of the movie.

      The performances of Queen Latifah and Steve Martin are commendable.

      Especially, Queen Latifah did a great job


      as a convict, as a nanny, and her lingo is really very funny.

      Steve Martin and Queen Latifah meet accidentally through an online chat room and due to mistaked identity, Steve Martin, who is a single man, falls in love with the lady he chats with(thinking that she is a beautiful woman).

      He arranges for a dinner at his home ...


      • for the woman and is scared to see Queen Latifah at his door step.

        He tells her that he knows that she is not the one he was chatting with but she gives proofs for that and asks him to take up her case.

        He is shocked to hear that she is involved in some criminal activity but she tells

        him that it was not done by her and she was on a parole(which was a lie).

        Slowly his children get attached to her and even he likes the presence of her in his house(though not in a romantic way).

        But what happens when he comes to know that she escaped from the prison? Can he save her get out of the trouble?




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