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Feeling Bored? The Classic Comedy Film ‘Bringing Down The House’ (2003) is Available For Your Entertainment on Prime Video

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Everyone has that go-to comedy film they can’t stop re-watching all through their childhood to adulthood. Well, Bringing Down The House (2003) is mine, and I particularly watch it when bored or feeling blue. 

Steve Martin's silliness paired with Queen Latifah's don't care about nothing attitude, makes a dynamic explosion that cracks you up from the beginning to the end of the film.

I also love the movie’s ensemble cast of favorite stars I grew to love including Eugene Levy, the late Betty White, Joan Plowright, Jean Smart, Missi Pyle, the adorable T. Jones, and Michael Rosenbaum, among others.

Storyline

Storyline

Lawyer Peter Sanderson starring Steve Martin wants to get back on the dating horse after a recent marriage failure with Kate (Jean Smart). He joins an online dating site where he meets a fellow lawyer, a beautiful white petite lady, or so he thought. 

Agreeing on a date, Peter prepares for a romantic evening only to meet a plus-sized black woman Charlene Morton (Queen Latifah), an escaped convict who hoaxed the lawyer into helping prove her innocence for bank robbery.

While repulsed at first, Peter learns to love and trust Charlene as he believes in her innocence. Besides that, Charlene helps him loosen up and get his groove back. The movie is loaded with laughable scenes, including Peter's jamming at a hood club while sticking out like a sore thumb.

Cast and Crew Members

The cast’s honorary mentions in addition to the trio include Eugene Levy as Peter’s colleague Howie Rottman, Joan Plowright as Peter’s fussy client Mrs Arness, Miss Pyle as Kate’s sister Ashley, Kimberly J. Brown as Peter and Kate’s daughter Sarah Sanderson, Angus T. Jones as Peter and Kate’s son Georgey Sanderson, Betty White as Peter’s racist neighbor Mrs Kline, Michael Rosenbaum as Peter’s competitive colleague Todd Gendler, Victor Webster as Kate’s lover Glen and Steve Harris as Charlene’s former boyfriend and crime mastermind Widow.

Queen Latifah served as the film’s executive producer alongside Jane Bartelme, while Adam Shankman served as the director.

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