Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Year One has one joke, but it's a good one, played for many variations over the course of an often very funny comedy. Read full review
This is just silliness run mildly wild. Read full review
At best it's a bit like Mel Brooks' "The History of the World Part I" (except Ramis stops somewhere in Genesis); at worst it's like a Scary Movie-type parody of John Huston's "The Bible." Read full review
Dopey but resourceful yukfest. Read full review
It's the knockabout biblical lark Mel Brooks never got around to making. Read full review
Year One is not really THAT bad and not ENTIRELY without laughs. Read full review
The humor, largely centered around bodily functions and bathroom habits, is almost exclusively sophomoric. Read full review
A lot of comedic talent founders in this new Harold Ramis comedy that doesn't exactly recall his glory days of "Caddyshack" and "Groundhog Day." Read full review
Any good will the movie generates, though, is grated right back off by Black, whose obnoxiousness has lost whatever charm it once possessed. Read full review
During all of the film’s oh-so-long 97 minutes, Year One, barely earns a snicker. Read full review
In "Year Two" they become astronauts.
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