Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
If they were still making Looney Tunes, they'd look a lot like Over the Hedge. Read full review
It's very funny, and the little woodland critters that make up the cast are a kiddie-pleasing bunch. Read full review
The visual and verbal jokes are as bouncy and multilevel (hip height for adults, knee-slap-size for kids) as we have come, no doubt selfishly, to expect from DreamWorks. Read full review
The computer-animation is terrific, most of the slapstick gags are fun, and Wanda Sykes' voice performance as feisty Stella the Skunk is one that will be remembered - and not because it stinks. Read full review
This has to be the first children's film to weave a Grand Theft Auto joke into the script -- and like most things in the movie, it's pretty amusing. Read full review
The vividly animated film -- based on a comic strip by Michael Fry and T. Lewis -- has an appealing balance of comic bits and exhilarating action sequences. Read full review
Offers plenty of modest pleasures. Read full review
A backyard ecological comedy outfitted with some fine, silly slapstick and clever animal characters. Read full review
There is actually an occasional moment of inspiration, but as an experience, the movie doesn't hog much shelf space in the memory. Read full review
Over the Hedge isn't by any stretch bad. It's just banal. Read full review
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