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Poor movie that was not great
Completely ridiculous. The casting of the Brady kids is thoughtless in this one. Nothing about the movie is funny and the plot is nonsensical. While it's just a television movie it's still disappointing. (First and only viewing - 7/26/2016)
If you liked the Brady Bunch series, you will love this movie. If you've never seen the Brady Bunch, you'll wonder what happened. Great satire with many of the running plot lines from the original BB. Come on, don't play ball in the (White) House.
What the f*** how the f*** can you become president by being honest
Very poor.. The worst out of the lot! I didn't think the storylines could get any worse but i was proved wrong. It was so hard to sit through.
Not as bad as every1 seems 2 say! Not as good as the first 2 movies though but it's not that bad!
This 2002 made-for-television addition to the 'Brady Bunch' franchise isn't as awful as it may first appear. The central plot (Mike becomes President with Carol as his deputy) is a little too far-fetched, even for this sort of fare, but there's enough homage to the classic TV series upon which it is based to keep fans happy and some of the fresh gags do hit the mark.
A lot of it just felt way too dumb, cheesy, and just plain silly; not in a fun, intentional way like the first two, but in an awkward, unintentional way. It can't help but feel like the made-for-TV product it is, Jan's descent into madness is even more uncomfortable here, and it's surprisingly mean-spirited. It's just not as fun and happy as the first two movies were, it has a surprising amount of risque material. Think of it this way: the first 2 were a loving Mel Brooks style parody of the Bradys, this one's a hateful and inappropriate Mad magazine style parody.
There's still stuff worth seeing here. Gary Cole returns as Mike Brady, and absolutely steals the show once again. Everything he says and does gets at least a chuckle out of me, and as outrageous as the idea of him being president is, it was still really funny to watch happen.
Overall, it's a missed opportunity, and a whimper of an ending to the Brady trilogy. If you enjoyed the first two films, you'll probably find at least one or two laughs to be had here, but it's far from a necessary viewing.
This movie is rated G for Groovy!