This fun-filled family movie is the perfect movie for fathers and daughters. And since every father is over-protective of his baby girl, there comes a time when he has to let go. But of course some just can't allow that, such as Martin Lawrence's character who happens to be the Chief of Police.
Thankfully, Lawrence is not as irritating as his usual performances have shown, and comes across as someone most of us could relate to. So when his daughter wants to move out the house and choose a college to study at, this means she'll be on her own staying in a dorm. And instead of allowing her to chhose the best school, he waould rather have her close to him in a school of his choice. So off they go on a road trip to check out the viable options, and of course this leads to many comical adventures.
The story is totally predictable, but the laughs are quite frequent and the cast all put on funny performances. Even Donny Osmond pops up in a hilarious cameo that will have you laughing out loud. (3 out of 5, by Carlisle Johnson).
Chicago cop James Porter is an overprotective father who wants to keep his college-bound daughter, Melanie, close to home.
When the smart, assertive Melanie declares her intention to attend Georgetown instead of Northwestern, James insistently sets out with her on a cross-country car journey to Washington D.C., hoping to dissuade her along the way.
En route, of course, plenty of hijinks ensue, including scenarios involving a precocious pig and, oddly enough, Donny Osmond, who turns up as an eeriely cheery dad also on a college-touring campaign.
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