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Daddy Day Care

Eddie Murphy, Steve Zahn

Directed by Steve Carr
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May 9, 2003

Kid flicks are the only thing selling for Eddie Murphy, and he's sequeled out on Dr. Dolittle and The Nutty Professor. So here's a Mr. Mom riff with Murphy and Jeff Garlin as out-of-work dads who find their hearts running a day-care center for brats. Murphy looks comatose delivering the played-out poopy jokes. If you're older than five, you have to miss the raw comic who once used his wit like a scalpel.

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