Johnson Family Vacation (2004)

PG-13   |    |  Comedy


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AAA can't help the roadside emergency that is the JOHNSON FAMILY VACATION. Even the on-board navigation system has a meltdown on Nate Johnson and his family's cross-country trek to their ... See full summary »

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  • "Johnson Family Vacation" -Cedric The Entertainer and Christopher Erskin, Director
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  • "Johnson Family Vacation" Vanessa L. Williams, Christopher Erskin, Director and Shari Headley
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  • Still Photographes of "Johnson Family Vacation" -Steve Harvey, Christopher Erskin, Director and Cedric The Entertainer
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Director:

Christopher Erskin

Writers:

Todd R. Jones, Earl Richey Jones

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11 July 2004 | dhruvdude
good movie surprisingly underrated. People if u could like a bad movie like Van Helsing and not appreciate a good movie like this then there is something wrong with u.
When I saw the rating of 3.4 for JFV I was really surprised. I thought that it would at least have a rating of 6.7 or 7.0. I really hate to say it that people like crap movies like van helsing and alamo but think that this movie is bad. JFV was simply hilarious and it is a very neat and clean comedy with neat and clean humor mostly. Everyone must watch this movie with an open mind. This is for the first time black people have been treated so well on screen and I really loved it because the kind of role they are normally seen in are crackheads or drug dealers. In this movie the black family is shown as a very normal and civilized family and I really liked it. Good Job Cedric the entertainer.

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