Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Battle of the Smithsonian has plenty of life. But it's Adams who gives it zing. Read full review
Nothing elegant about Adams here, but she's terrific -- a sparkling screen presence. Her Earhart hoists this big-budget sequel above the routine. Read full review
Some of that frenetic running around has been replaced by inspired effects sequences and amusing riffs by the talented cast, especially new arrivals Hank Azaria and Amy Adams. Read full review
Far surpasses original. Read full review
Beware of idiocy's charms. Read full review
The problem with NATM:BOTS is that Stiller, Adams, and company seem to be pretending that they're having fun, too. Read full review
Resembles an enthusiastic but undisciplined child running amok through an exhibit. Read full review
Some of the results are delightfully loopy. Some are cornball. Read full review
The money shots of the living tableau are padded with jokes that feel embalmed before the actors get them out of their mouths. Read full review
It's bigger, noisier, shinier, and dumber, and it has no earthly reason to exist. Read full review
A losing battle.
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