The Brady Bunch in the White House (2002)

TV Movie   |  PG-13   |    |  Comedy, Family


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Mike Brady becomes the President of the United States, and names Carol as his V.P..


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13 June 2004 | fantasmic1971
Here's the story...
Mike Brady makes it into the office of Presidency because the President elect (just seconds before accepting office) runs out. Literally. There's a little laugh as we're treated to a super-imposed Bush & Clinton in the background, but that's about the best this solid gold pooper has to offer.

It really is sad to see a good film series come to this. I know it happens, just look at what became of the Police Academy series. It's just too bad good money has to be wasted like this. (I mean my 20 dollars buying the thing, because I was thrilled to see another Brady Bunch movie after all this time. What a let down!)

They couldn't even get kids who looked as much like their alter egos as the first two films did. I mean, come on... these new kids were probably related to someone who financed the thing. That's how bad they were.

At least Shelley Long & Gary Cole stayed on board. They're always great. But the rest? Good grief!!

There was also way too much music in this film. It got uncomfortable to watch after a while. A short song is okay, but three?? Come on. We know the Brady's sang... we don't need to be reminded every film!

If the producers have run the well dry... if this is the best they can come up with... cheaply-filmed (it looked like videotape), amateur hour film school garbage, than just hang it up!

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