Johnson Family Vacation

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Overview

Comedian Cedric the Entertainer serves as both producer and star of this comedy about a family who discovers just how much can go wrong en route to a family get-together. When Nate Johnson Cedric the Entertainer is invited to a big family reunion in Missouri, he sees it as an opportunity to reconnect with his estranged wife and growing children, as well as a chance to show up his wealthier know-it-all brother, Mack Steve Harvey. Nate takes delivery on an expensive new SUV, persuades his recently separated wife, ...
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Overview

Comedian Cedric the Entertainer serves as both producer and star of this comedy about a family who discovers just how much can go wrong en route to a family get-together. When Nate Johnson Cedric the Entertainer is invited to a big family reunion in Missouri, he sees it as an opportunity to reconnect with his estranged wife and growing children, as well as a chance to show up his wealthier know-it-all brother, Mack Steve Harvey. Nate takes delivery on an expensive new SUV, persuades his recently separated wife, Dorothy Vanessa L. Williams, to tag along, and packs up his three kids -- nubile teenager Nikki Solange Knowles, under-age wannabe rapper D.J. Bow Wow, and precocious seven-year-old Destiny Gabby Soleil -- for what he imagines will be a leisurely drive from Los Angeles to St. Louis. However, between his wary wife, arguing kids, angry police officers, bizarre hitchhikers, bad diner food, and an unfortunate run-in with a cement mixer, getting from point A to point B proves to be just short of a nightmare. Johnson Family Vacation was the first feature film for director Christopher Erskin, who previously distinguished himself directing music videos for the likes of Missy Elliot, TLC, and Boyz II Men.
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Special Features

Full-length audio commentary by Cedric the Entertainer, Bow Wow, director Christopher Erskin and producers Eric C. Rhone and Paul Hall; Full-length audio commentary by writers Todd R. Jones and Earl Richey Jones; Deleted and extended scenes with optional director's commentary
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/4/2014
  • UPC: 024543919872
  • Original Release: 2004
  • Rating:

  • Source: Fox Searchlight
  • Region Code: A
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Language: English, EspaƱol, English
  • Time: 1:36:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 35,023

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Cedric the Entertainer Nate Johnson, Uncle Earl
Vanessa L. Williams Dorothy Johnson
Solange Knowles Nikki Johnson
Bow Wow D.J. Johnson
Gabby Soleil Destiny Johnson
Shannon Elizabeth Chrishelle
Steve Harvey Mack Johnson
Aloma Wright Glorietta Johnson
Jennifer Freeman Jill
Philip Daniel Bolden Mack Jr.
Chris Hardwick Arson Investigator
Shari Headley Jacqueline
Rodney Perry Cousin Lump
Christopher B. Duncan Stan
Lorna Scott Gladys
Kevin Farley Stall Guy
Lee Garlington Betty Sue
Shane Woodson Angus
Jason Momoa Navarro
DeRay Davis Jamaican Stoner
Jonathan Joss Casino Host
Godfrey Danchimah Motorcycle Cop
Kurupt Kurupt
Masasa Theta #1
Chana Ylahne Orr Theta #2
Gabriel Corbin Dancer #1/"Mack Johnson"
Tracie Burton Dancer #2/"Jacqueline"
Katerina Graham Dancer #3/"Jill"
Jamil Morgan Dancer#4/"Mack Jr."
Jeremiah "J.J." Williams Jr. Cousin Bodie
Tanjareen Martin Tangerine
Lichelli Lazar-Lea Navi Computer Voice
Technical Credits
Christopher Erskin Director
Harry Adolph Stunts
Bruce Allen Stunts
Eric D. Andersen Camera Operator
Walter Anderson Sound Mixer
Kate Best Makeup
Frederick Randolph Brooks Jr. Stunts
Alex A. Brown Stunts
Tony Brubaker Stunts
Dartenea Bryant Stunts
Keith Brian Burns Production Designer
Gary Camp Camera Operator
Dana Campbell Costumes/Costume Designer
Reuben Cannon Casting
Kelly Cantley Asst. Director
John Carter Editor
Leo Creer Jr. Stunts
Wally Crowder Stunts
Liba Daniels Art Director
Marguerite Derricks Choreography
Carla Earle Stunts
Cedric the Entertainer Producer
Eric Chambers Stunts
Anna Foerster Cinematographer
Satori Folkes-Stone Stunts
Joey Gardner Stunts
Richard Gibbs Score Composer
Paul Hall Producer
Anita Hart Stunts
Mark Hicks Stunts
Hollis Hill Stunts
Jermaine T. Holt Stunts
Norman Howell Stunts
Richey Jones Screenwriter
Todd R. Jones Co-producer, Screenwriter
Earl Richey Jones Co-producer, Screenwriter
Dave Jordan Musical Direction/Supervision
Henry Kingi Jr. Stunts
William J. Law III Set Decoration/Design
Tommy Lohmann Camera Operator
Michael R. Lohmann Camera Operator
Shawn Maurer Cinematographer
Cole McKay Stunts
Angela Meryl Stunts
Bennie Moore Stunts
Tom Ozanich Sound/Sound Designer
Wendy Park Producer
Julian Petrillo Asst. Director
Eric C. Rhone Producer
Mia Roberts Stunts
Randolph Le Roi Stunts
Joaquin Sedillo Camera Operator
Andrew Sugerman Executive Producer
Pernell Youngblood Tyus Camera Operator
Jojo Villanueva Musical Direction/Supervision
John Vitale Stunts
Gene Walker Stunts
Kim Washington Stunts
April Weeden-Washington Stunts
Taj Whitt-Ordone Stunts
Vanessa L. Williams Choreography
Kim Williams Casting
Merritt Yohnka Stunts
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    no comment

    This could be the dumbest movie on the planet.it's all stupid after the first hour i just lift it's all dumb the only thing funny about this is how morronic it is, cedric is funny but all the movies he's done have taked,big time!!!!!!!!!!!! i hate movies like this stupid thing after stupid thing."chocolate chip" my butt.peein' in a cup, the singing almost made me cry,i don't know who's dumb a$#'s idea it was to write this !!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    BEST MOVIE EVER!!!

    I love this movie! i Could watch it all day! It's so funny and I just love it!!!!! It's the 1st movie in a long time that i could watch over and over again! This movie rocks!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Oh, I'm sorry, I fell asleep.

    Hmmmm....how can I say this lightly? Hmmm....oh well, I'm just going to be direct. This movie stinks. There are some funny points in the movie which saved it from being a 1 star movie. Like I said, there are some funny parts in the movie like the part where Nate and D.J. are throwing each other's CDs out of the car window and the part where Chrishelle says that Gothic prayer of hers, but the movie is just so dull and uneventful that you almost forget those funny moments even happened. Honestly, I would have expected better from Cedric Kyles and Steve Harvey; usually, they're a classic comedy duo. This is a very painful movie to watch. This movie will undoubtably make you wonder, 'Why on earth did I bother?'

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2010

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