Following the death of her sister, Lindsay (Felicity Huffman), and her brother-in-law Paul (Sean O'Bryan), Helen Harris (Kate Hudson) discovers she's been named as sole caregiver of their children. Now, the single career girl suddenly finds herself the mother of three.
Why is Raising Helen rated PG-13? The MPAA rated Raising Helen PG-13 for thematic issues involving teens.
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Why is Raising Helen rated PG-13? Raising Helen is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for thematic issues involving teens.
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Raising Helen is directed by and stars Kate Hudson.
The most recent home video release of Raising Helen movie is October 11, 2004. Here are some details…
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This film’s stars have lots of experience on their combined resumes. Check out John Corbett as a man who falls in love with a travel agent in the comedy My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Spencer Breslin plays a young boy who unexpectedly drops in on his grown up self in Disney’s The Kid. Joan Cusack is an uptight principal who has to deal with a very unconventional substitute teacher in The School of Rock and Hayden Panettiere is the precocious daughter of a football coach in Remember the Titans.
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