Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Often silly but it's an honest, unselfconscious exploration of the conflict between a man's physical and psychological age. Read full review
While the movie feels shelf-worn, Efron's performance is fresh. Read full review
Though there's nothing revolutionary about 17 Again, the movie is undeniably enjoyable. Read full review
Pleasant, harmless PG-13 entertainment, with a plot a little more surprising and acting a little better than I expected. Read full review
For a swoon-fest aimed at tweens, 17 Again has a lot going for it. Read full review
Though Mann and Perry are game, it's Efron who carries the movie. Read full review
Works better than you might imagine at times but stumbles awkwardly other times. The unevenness in the writing is matched by directorial overkill in certain comic sequences. Read full review
The movie itself is petrified meatloaf. It's a body-transference comedy in the vein of "Big," "Freaky Friday," and other candidates for Turner Classics. Read full review
The result is a slack do-over fantasy in which Zac Efron, as a basketball star, looks baffled as to why he hasn't been asked to sing and dance. Read full review
Director Burr Steers, of the terrific "Igby Goes Down," is stuck polishing clichès. Read full review
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