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Naughty and nice is a killer-hard combo to pull off. Stick with Rogen and Banks. They rock it. Read full review
Along with the awkward romantic exchanges that always seem to find their way into Smith's movies, there's also a sweetness that you don't often see in films that average multiple f-words per minute. Read full review
Seth Rogen and Elizabeth Banks make a lovable couple; she's pretty and goes one-for-one on the bleep language, and Rogen, how can I say this, is growing on me, the big lug. Read full review
Rudely silly rather than transgressively shocking, Zack and Miri is the sort of bawdy but fundamentally decent farce you could take Grandma to, provided Grandma were familiar with the oeuvre of Traci Lords. Read full review
Despite shortcomings and implausibility linked to their roles as written, Rogen and Banks come off with surprising charm and grace. Read full review
By the halfway mark, Rogen's performance, like his voice, is less cuddly than grating, and the carbonated giggle that is Elizabeth Banks grows flat. This one's for the Smith cultists. Read full review
Longs to be a smutty film with a heart of gold. Instead, it's a funny concept whose execution does not live up to its potential. Read full review
The moments when "Z&M" works are, almost without exception, the ones that are more sweet than shocking. All the rest, frankly, feel like Apatow Lite. Read full review
A Smith production is always noisy, shambling, and liberally smutty on the outside while conservatively gooey on the inside. Read full review
It's really dumb, even though it starts promisingly and continues, in a self-infatuated way, to consider itself quite bright. Read full review
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