The Brady Bunch in the White House

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"Meet America's New First Family!"
  • PG-13
  • 1970
  • 1 hr 40 min
  • 3.5  (995)

The Brady Bunch in the White House is a 2002 family comedy film directed by Neal Israel. The movie is a sequel to The Brady Bunch Movie and A Very Brady Sequel, both of which were released in the 90s. The movie follows the adventures of the Brady family as they move into the White House after Mike Brady wins the presidential election.

The Brady family consists of Mike and Carol Brady, their six children: Marcia, Jan, Cindy, Greg, Peter, and Bobby, and Alice, their loyal housekeeper. The family is excited about moving into the White House but soon discovers that life as a first family is not as easy as they thought it would be. They must navigate their way through political intrigue, media scrutiny, and personal problems as they try to adjust to their new life in Washington D.C.

Gary Cole plays Mike Brady, the newly elected President of the United States. He’s a no-nonsense, straight-talking guy with a heart of gold. Shelley Long plays Carol Brady, the First Lady of the United States. She’s supportive and loving, and always tries to do what’s best for her family.

The Brady children are all grown up now, and they’ve brought their own set of problems to the White House. Marcia, played by Lauren Maltby, is a fashion designer who’s struggling to balance her career and her family life. Jan, played by Caitlin Wachs, is a high school student who’s having a hard time fitting in at her new school. Cindy, played by Autumn Reeser, is a college student who’s trying to find her place in the world.

Greg, played by Blake Foster, is a congressman who’s trying to follow in his father’s footsteps. Peter, played by Jake Baker, is a struggling musician who’s trying to make it in the cutthroat world of show business. Bobby, played by Chad Doreck, is the youngest Brady child and is still trying to find his place in the world.

Alice, played by Henriette Mantel, is back as the Brady’s loyal housekeeper. She provides much-needed comic relief in the movie and helps the family through some tough times.

The movie is filled with political satire and references to real-life politicians. It pokes fun at the political system and the media’s obsession with the first family. However, it also has some heartwarming moments that remind us of the importance of family and the strength of the Brady bond.

Overall, The Brady Bunch in the White House is a fun, family-friendly movie that’s perfect for a movie night with the kids. It’s not a cinematic masterpiece, but it’s a fun and nostalgic trip down memory lane for fans of the original TV show. It’s a lighthearted comedy that doesn’t take itself too seriously and provides plenty of laughs along the way.

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    1 hr 40 min
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    3.5  (995)