The romantic comedy Bob the Butler stars Tom Green as the title character. Unable to maintain any gainful employment, Bob decides to go through the phone book in order to get a job. This leads to him enrolling in a course that teaches the students how to be a house servant. In this capacity, single mother Anne (Brooke Shields) hires him. He quickly establishes a strong relationship with her children, which in turn leads to a change in the relationship between Bob and Anne. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
**One of my youngsters put this movie in my queue**And I am glad they did because I never heard of this movie**And I certianly would not have looked for it**I am not a big fan of Tom Greens but he is wonderful in this movie**He pulls back a bit and acts semi normal for once and did a realy good job as the kind hearted butler**And Brook Shields how come this woman is not big time like all the ladies you see splashed all over the tabloids**She is way prettier then then all of them and has a nice set of legs as well**I recommend this movie with no reserve**
Well, it got the Baptist mother's approval, but I just don't see how that makes a movie good or not good. Anyway, this movie was written well, has a great story line, and Brooke Shields is excellent as usual, great actress. This was a surprise as I had never heard of the movie and took a chance on it hoping to find a good romantic comedy - it delivered. Way to go cast.