Herbie: Fully Loaded Synopsis
The Love Bug and its new owner (Lindsay Lohan) enter the world of auto racing.
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
Just like the can-do VW Beetle of the title, Herbie: Fully Loaded succeeds adorably despite the obstacles in its path.
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75

Entertainment Weekly

By Lisa Schwarzbaum
For those newbies, this update, starring peppery Disney re-do queen Lindsay Lohan as wannabe car racer Maggie Peyton, is as serviceable an...
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63

Philadelphia Inquirer

By David Hiltbrand
This remake is about half of a very likable film. But in movies (as in auto races) it isn't how you start, it's how you finish. And Herbie...
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63

Baltimore Sun

By Chris Kaltenbach
Anyone who isn't charmed by the idea of a Beetle crossing the finish line first is either chronically churlish or isn't trying.
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63

ReelViews

By James Berardinelli
The movie is pleasant but unspectacular, and at times it borders on being too cute.
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50

San Francisco Chronicle

By Peter Hartlaub
It's a kids' movie from a better time, with a few small concessions to modern audiences.
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50

Boston Globe

By Ty Burr
Blandly noisy and inoffensively average.
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50

The Hollywood Reporter

By Kirk Honeycutt
Herbie: Fully Loaded is, pure and simple, a children's film.
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50

Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
The movie is pretty cornball. Little kids would probably enjoy it, but their older brothers and sisters will be rolling their eyes, and...
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50

USA Today

By Mike Clark
Though not much of a movie, Loaded probably will bring fleeting satisfaction to audiences who don't know Dean Jones from Spike Jones.
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Great

By panther96
Good family movie....

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Rated G
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 6+ Kids may enjoy it; most parents will snooze.
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