Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Strictly a middle-aged comedy, which consists of more easy lobs than sharp smacks, but manages to get the job done. Read full review
Ragged as some of it might have been, that old "Out-of-Towners" had a unified and surprisingly dark comic vision to go with its nifty one-liners. This big, glossy picture is set in movie-movie land, that shiny, peachy place where a celebrity -- like Mayor Rudy -- waits around every corner. [2 April 1999, Friday, p.A] Read full review
Competent, to be sure, with some good lines. Read full review
The movie is a mess of bits and pieces that try to gel but don't. Still, it is stupidly fun. Read full review
The only possible reasons to do this concept again is sheer laziness (it's easier to borrow an idea) and pure greed (it's cheaper to borrow an idea). [2 April 1999, Life, p.6E] Read full review
Don't hate yourself for chuckling at this sweetly anachronistic update of the 1970 Neil Simon comedy. Read full review
It's a little frightening to watch Hawn be "bubbly" at her age. Read full review
Unremarkable. A more honest description would be to label it as mirthless, pointless, and banal. Read full review
Jogs doggedly on the treadmill of comedy, working up a sweat but not getting much of anywhere. Read full review
There are a few clever lines and Cleese has some sensational moments, but that's not enough to make the farce seem fresh. Read full review
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