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Nanny McPhee(2006)

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  • Eccch

    • barbara
    • 3/29/10

    Plant a tot in front of the TV when this pc is on then run for your life out of the room. This pc admittedly has an impressive cast and Colin Firth. It's about a widower with seven kids (that's how he became a widower, no doubt) he can't control or afford. He also has a large domestic staff (that he can afford, that's the British I guess), one of which is a pathetic moron (how do I know she's a moron?), who likes the kids. The widower goes to his rich gargoyle of an aunt for more money which she will give with a string attached. The string - he must marry a rich old gargoyle friend of hers. The children do disgusting, messy children movie things to help keep their father from marrying this horny gargoyle.In the end, the father and the pathetic moron servant fall in love (as if the rest of the movie isn't stupid enough) and marry. This moron of a servant obviously doesn't realize (and how smart can the father be - smarter than the servant) that she will have to take care of the widower's disgusting children and will probably die like his first wife having more of his children.It's a pc for children so I guess she doesn't have to know where babies come from. Is she in for a surprise, if she lives thru it. Oh, Nanny McPhee..... I'll leave that for you to find out about if you are crazy enough to watch this crap.

  • A train wreak in color

    • carol miles
    • 11/2/09

    This is the one about a poor widower who has a whole load of unappealing, annoying children that he can't afford - but he has many servants. His rich aunt will only give him more money if he marries the gargoyl of her choice. He and his unappealing, annoying children don't like the idea and in one way or another - none amusing but load - rebel. At the end the father (another firth walk through)marries one of his servants - a pathetic, ugly, stupid young woman who if there is (God help us) a sequel will produce a new load of unappealing, annoying, unamusing children. (walk colin walk)

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