75

The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

By Ray Conlogue
If this rings distant Laurel-and-Hardy, or even Crosby-and-Hope bells, it's on purpose. Gooding's and Sanz's performances are almost a tribute to vaudeville-influenced two-guy comedy.
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50

Baltimore Sun

By Chris Kaltenbach
Relentless in its crudity, so indiscriminate in its pursuit of tasteless laughs, so pure in its determination to offend, one almost has to admire it. It's even funny. Sometimes.
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50

Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
Even 007 is a big old queen. Yes, Roger Moore's on board as a lusty codger, who, unlike the rest of us, can't get enough of Sanz.
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38

New York Post

By Megan Lehmann
Fairly cringe-inducing, full of witless double-entendres and the requisite "gags" involving bodily fluids.
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38

USA Today

By Mike Clark
The only thing a movie this unrefined needs is a vaudevillian in baggy pants and someone hawking peanuts in the aisle.
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25

New York Daily News

By Jami Bernard
Cuba Gooding Jr. can just return his "Jerry Maguire" Oscar right now. He has no excuse for making Boat Trip, a perniciously unfunny comedy.
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25

San Francisco Chronicle

An unfunny fish-out-of-water comedy.
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25

Chicago Tribune

By Patrick Z. McGavin
Technically it does not qualify as one of the worst American-made movies ever. It only feels that way. The movie's offenses are too numerous to catalog.
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0

Wall Street Journal

By Joe Morgenstern
This comedy is harmless, too, when measured against the vast array of harms that the world has to offer. It's also stupid, strident, witless, pitifully inept and bad for what ails you.
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0

Entertainment Weekly

By Lisa Schwarzbaum
Had the ghost of Paul Lynde swanned by in a caftan-clad cameo, you couldn't find a more outdated, miscalculated collection of stale, queen-size stereotypes than those trotted out on this ship of fools.
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18 out of 100
Overwhelming dislike
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