Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers

When parents Jason and Maggie Seaver decide to sell the family house, their children--Mike, Carol, Ben and Chrissy--conspire to stop the sale.


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Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers
 
4.5

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5.0

Amazing, just like in the 90's

By Katie

from Grand Rapids, MI

About Me Collector, Movie Buff

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  • Classic
  • Engaging
  • Entertaining
  • Funny

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    Comments about Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers:

    I watched it, I love this show, it brought back my childhood.

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    4.0

    The Growing Pains reunion you want!

    By Toy JP

    from Savannah, GA

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        Comments about Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers:

        This is a fun return to the world of the Seavers, with plenty of the high-jinx, misunderstandings, con jobs, and lesson-learning that you've come to expect from the classic 80s sitcom. It was directed by Joanna Kerns (Maggie), and the care she took in keeping the feeling of the show intact really helps the movie overall. This is something that the other Growing Pains movie sorely lacks. Growing Pains the Movie precedes Return of the Seavers, but you don't really need to watch it to catch up. In fact, many of the details from the previous movie seem to have been retconned. All for the better, as Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers turned out quite well. It's silly and has bizarre musical cues and funny faces and no laugh track - it's exactly what a Growing Pains reunion should be. I didn't even know this movie existed until it turned up on the WBshop (I still can't believe this aired in 2004), so this is a great opportunity to get the seldom-seen final chapter of Growing Pains.

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