Movie critique- yours, mine and ours 2005
Yours, Mine & Ours is the film that is made in comical perspective and its cast and director somewhat tried to give smile on the faces of film watchers. The film is the remake of the same name that was first produced in 1968 and that time the starring was composed with Henry Fonda and Lucille Ball. The remake of the film is the co-production of Nickelodeon Movies, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Columbia Pictures and Paramount Pictures, that was released on 23rd of November, 2005.
As far as the overall film is concerned, it can be stated that it is the combination of run-of-the-mill slapsticks. The theme of the film seems to be surrounded the struggle of eighteen kids, who has the identical goal to instigate the divorce between the Frank Beardsley (Quaid), father of eight kids and Helen North (Russo), mother of ten kids. The reason behind this joint struggle by the children to instigate the divorce is the military style attitudes with the children by both Quaid and Russo.
However, the romance that portrayed in the film is implausible. The entire film is the combination of disintegrated parade of scenes about the disaster of different things, yelling and goo covering activities, etc. Besides that, the overall film is the good combination of badly written scripts. The amazing aspect is that when kids started their co-struggle to break the relation between their parents, they also instantaneously instigate to strengthen their relationships.
The key issue of the entire film is that the whole film and it scenes has not any linkage with the real life, the whole slapsticks are the combination of contrived and boring acts that has not any essence of bring the real humor and smile on the faces. Furthermore, the concluding scenes are the good bunch of hysterical acting that cannot be categorized in the domain of good way.