By James Berardinelli
Best of all, it proves that there are still directors cut from the John Waters mold who aren't content just to push the envelope -- they rip right through it.
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Austin Chronicle

By Marc Savlov
Like everything else Parker puts his mind to -- is equally outlandish, part skewed morality play, part sophomoric slapstick, and wholly ridiculous.
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Like "There's Something About Mary," Orgazmo has a very sweet love story at its core, although it's more consistently entertaining, blending some outrageous moments with a surprising degree of restraint.
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San Francisco Chronicle

By Edward Guthmann
Cheerfully raunchy and undeserving of its prohibitive NC-17 rating, Orgazmo is a harmless sex farce.
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San Francisco Examiner

One of those things that probably seems hilarious when a couple of guys are sitting around hashing out the plot over a couple of beers.
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Entertainment Weekly

By Ty Burr
Dian Bachar, as Joe's pint-size sidekick, sounds the only note of sly wit; the unidentified stripper playing T-Rex delivers the only real shock value. The movie could have used a lot more of both.
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TV Guide

By Ken Fox
It's all pretty tasteless, but surprisingly chaste and not very funny.
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The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

By Liam Lacey
Pretty limp, and works far better in theory than practice.
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Film Threat

The wackiness that unfolds is boring, ridiculous and, to most, offensive.
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Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
The very soul of sophomorism. It is callow, gauche, obvious and awkward, and designed to appeal to those with similar qualities.
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48 out of 100
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