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La Tribu Brady (1995)



Critic Consensus: Though lightweight and silly, The Brady Bunch Movie still charms as homage to the 70s sitcom.

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Les Bradys n'avons pas changés du tout, pendant 30 ans. Ils ont besoin de $20,000 dollars ou ils perdent leur maison. Quoi faire? Shelley Long, Gary Cole, Christine Taylor, Christopher Daniel Barnes, Jennifer Elise Cox, Paul Sutera.more
Rating: PG-13
Genre: Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Bonnie Turner, Rick Copp, Terry Turner, Laurice Elehwany
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jun 10, 2003
Paramount Home Video


Shelley Long
as Carol Brady
Gary Cole
as Mike Brady
Christine Taylor
as Marcia Brady
Paul Sutera
as Peter Brady
Olivia Hack
as Cindy Brady
Jesse Lee Soffer
as Bobby Brady
Jean Smart
as Mrs. Ditmeyer
as Mrs. Cummings
R.D. Robb
as Charlie
Steven Gilborn
as Mr. Phillips
Keone Young
as Mr. Watanabe
James Avery
as Mr. Yeager
Robert Rothwell
as Mr. Simmons
David Proval
as Electrician
Arnold Turner
as Officer Axelrod
Archie Hahn III
as Mr. Swanson
Barry Williams
as Music Producer
Beverly Archer
as Mrs. Whitfield
Ann B. Davis
as Trucker
Eric Nies
as Hip MC
Davy Jones
as Himself
Micky Dolenz
as Himself
Peter Tork
as Himself
Jennifer Blanc
as Valley Girl
Julie Payne
as Mrs. Simmons
Selma Archerd
as Neighbor
Dan Lipe
as Angry Neighbor
John R. Fors
as Angry Neighbor
Kim Hasse
as Student
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Critic Reviews for La Tribu Brady

All Critics (41) | Top Critics (13)

A curiously sour movie in its amused contempt for this fatuous family.

Full Review… | May 20, 2008
Chicago Reader
Top Critic

[Director Thomas] drawn hilariously synthetic performances from a shrewdly cloned cast.

Full Review… | February 9, 2006
Time Out
Top Critic

The actors try hard, but the screenplay isn't solid enough to keep any of them consistently clever.

Full Review… | May 20, 2003
New York Times
Top Critic

The Brady Bunch Movie is never more than lightly amusing, but then neither was the TV show.

Full Review… | February 13, 2001
Los Angeles Times
Top Critic

Part homage, part spoof, the deft balancing act is a clever, engaging adaption.

Full Review… | February 13, 2001
Top Critic

The film establishes a bland, reassuring, comforting Brady reality - a certain muted tone that works just fine but needs, I think, a bleaker contrast from outside to fully exploit the humor.

Full Review… | January 1, 2000
Chicago Sun-Times
Top Critic

Audience Reviews for La Tribu Brady

Looking back to the groovy seventies, this send-up to the cultural iconoclast that was "The Brady Bunch" casts all new members to the roles in the Brady clan, and even features cameos from past ones. The story follows the same antics as any episode, with the fate of the Brady household up for grabs from a nineties' land developer. Fighting the stigma of living in the past (literally) and just having a great time being together as a family, they find ways to save themselves, and deal with a myriad of personal problems. It's great to see some of the largest problems of the series revisited for those nostalgic for the glory days. The Bradys are also shown to be happier, friendlier, and creepier than the nineties culture permits, and so they're strange in the same way as the dynamic of "The Munsters," another classic sitcom. While 1995 serves as a contrasting backdrop to the Bradys, it doesn't overwhelm the story. The new cast is very on point, and the entire film feels as campy as its predecessor, making it one of the better adaptations in this trend.

Spencer S.

Super Reviewer


I certainly don't think anyone who didn't grow up with series, or at least had some fondness for it is going to get a terrible lot of this, but I have to admit, I quite like it, even though it is stupid, and have watched it quite a few times over the years.
They have done a really good job with casting here - particularly Shelley Long as Carol and Christine Taylor as Marcia - both look very similar to the original ones. The rest of the cast are fine too.
I think this works because rather than setting this in the 70's or else updating the Brady's to modern times, they have left the Brady's exactly as they are, and popped them into the 90's in a time warp. This sets up some funny situations with the people they encounter who simply think they are all strange (probably quite rightly!). All the best lines are in there - "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!"... "Now I'll never be a teen model!".
Jean Smart is hilarious as their next door neighbour, Mrs Ditmeyer and also the girl who plays Marcia's best friend and is secretly in love with her (not sure who that actress is) is funny too. Plus, I defy anyone who grew up with the Brady's not to smile at them dancing along to Sunshine Day in the department store!
For fans only.

Nicki Marie

Super Reviewer

They're back to save America from the '90s

Wahida K

Super Reviewer

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