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on January 5, 2017
Format: Amazon VideoVerified Purchase
I liked this movie more than I thought I would. The original series was campy, but this version puts the campy family into the nineties and intensifies the dorkiness with the nineties reaction to a family from another time. I especially liked Mike Brady who gave absolutely ridiculous fatherly advice with a calm voice and straight face. Alice was a dead ringer and Shelly Long played the dutiful mother perfectly. The kids did reasonably well. I didn't care for the lesbian student scenes or the cougar neighbor going after the Brady boys. That was much too awkward. The show is filled with sexual innuendoes, but all said as if there was absolutely nothing wrong in saying them. Fun cameos from the Monkees and two original Bradys. It's just good campy fun.
on May 21, 2014
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This parody of the seventies family sitcom is hilarious. I actually watched the old reruns of the Brady Bunch, Gilligans isle, Star trek...all of them. I'd come in from school eat a peanut butter sandwich and watch this stuff along with about a couple of other million baby boomers. Okay, after watching those Alll those long years ago, they come out with this parody and sequal that was so much (exactly) alike the old shows that it was at first kinda eerie. I mean the girl that plays Marsha, looks so much like the real Marsha that for the life of me I can't remember what the original looked like. And this concept...a family still clinging to the seventies in every detail, living out there right along with the fast pace of the twenty first century is a brilliant idea...It was sooo funny! Where did they get these guys to play the parts of Jan and Bobbie, Greg, Peter, and even Cindy with that lisp!! This is one of the funniest vids I've EVER seen. And the Seqaul is just as fantastic. FAR OUT!!
on June 10, 2003
I remember watching this movie in the theatres. The audience was packed and I LOVED every minute of it. Shelly Long made an outstanding Carol Brady, loving wife and doting mother to six (count 'em six) children. The movie captured the classic camp of the television show perfectly down to trademark episode storylines inter-woven into a bigger story. The real stand out actors though has to be Christine Taylor as Marcia and Jennifer Elise Cox as Jan. The dynamic duo really set the stage with not only their remarkable resemblance to the characters but the way they captured even the inflections of the blonde Brady girls. It was almost like being taken back to the series. And speaking of which, several original series cast members make cameo appearances in the film, such as Florence Henderson as Grandma Brady, Barry Williams as a music producer, Ann B. Davis as Shultzy (named as an homage to her character on the Bob Cummings Show), and Christopher Knight as the school coach. And you can't miss the ever talented Jean Smart or RuPaul as the drunk next door neighbor and school guidence counselor. The drawbacks of the DVD release though is that Paramount skimped on any bonus material. We are benefited with seeing the movie in crystal clear widescreen and in Dolby sound, but there are no behind-the-scenes clips added though such material was shown on television when the movie was just released. There are no character/actor bios. There are no photo stills. There are no Brady song montages. There isn't even a movie trailer of the movie itself. There is just simply nothing added to make this DVD as special as it could have been than just the movie standing alone. In my mind, the purpose of releasing a movie on DVD at all is to provide the audience with a higher level of product than you would recieve on a standard videotape. Because the movie wasn't released with any of these I have to grudgingly give the DVD a three out of five stars. Not because the movie isn't good, because it is. It's one of my favorites. No, I gave it three stars because companies such as Paramount and others like them really should know better. The word 'cheated' comes to mind.
on March 2, 2017
Format: DVDVerified Purchase
Clever casting for actors portraying original TV characters, but the DVD was silly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So this is a family that has their minds stuck in the 60's when they are the 90's right now. How lame its not worth it
Have to say this was a funny movie. Watched some the original series, and both are funny. Let's take the Brady's and put them in the 90's.Read more
If only we could all live life so carefree and oblivious to our surroundings.
Very enjoyable and like the original. I've watched a dozen times and enjoy each time.
I first watched this many years ago and recently watched it on Amazon Prime. It still stands up pretty well. A few of the jokes are a bit dated, but it it is still funny.Read more
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