By Glenn Kenny
It's flat-out comedy all the way, head-spinningly clever (you'll be talking about a sequence set in the Louvre for weeks) and always engaging. For my money, it's the comedy of the year.
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Baltimore Sun

By Chris Kaltenbach
Replete with so many wisecracks, puns, double entendres and visual jokes that you almost need a flow chart to keep up with them all. But try; the effort is definitely worthwhile, and the results are hilarious.
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The Hollywood Reporter

It will never be confused with the groundbreaking "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," but when it comes to a zippy live-action-meets-animation kid flick with plenty of grown-up gags, Looney Tunes: Back in Action does not disappoint.
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Boston Globe

By Ty Burr
The joy is in the details, and they are unrelentingly comic.
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Philadelphia Inquirer

By Carrie Rickey
Fraser and Elfman are goofily endearing even if they seem more sincere acting opposite the rabbit and the duck than they do each other.
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Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
Not as inspired as "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" but in the same spirit. It's goofy fun. Or maybe we should make that daffy fun.
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USA Today

By Mike Clark
Even when the movie works, it's so much like having Daffy Duck assault your face that you want to buy a box set of elevator music for the calming drive home.
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San Francisco Chronicle

Fraser and Bugs Bunny are the highlights of this pleasant but unoriginal film.
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New York Daily News

By Jack Mathews
I've laughed harder during a single "Road Runner" cartoon than I did throughout Back in Action.
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Entertainment Weekly

There are flashes of wit -- Speedy Gonzales muttering about political correctness and an arty chase through the Louvre. But there is also random flatulence, a.k.a. the stink of desperation.
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64 out of 100
Generally favorable reviews
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