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The Bad Review Revue

Trust The Man: "Opening a film with a small child straining on a toilet and talking about poop isnt just a bad idea; its an invitation to unfortunate metaphor." -- Manohla Dargis, New York Times

Zoom: "The director of Zoom is Peter Hewitt, who also directed Garfield. Nothing more to say about that." -- Stephen Williams

Crossover: "The entire movie seems to have about the same budget as a 30-second sneaker commercial. I'm not talking Nike, either. I'm talking a commercial for Steve's Second-Hand Sneaker World and Falafel Emporium that you'd see on NY1 News at 3:08 a.m." -- Kyle Smith, NEW YORK POST

Accepted: "As wild as a sixth-grade prom." -- Rene Rodriguez, MIAMI HERALD

Material Girl: "You'll find yourself longing for the intricate plotting and ensemble acting skills of an Olsen twins movie." --Luke Y. Thompson

John Tucker Must Die: "Whatever the target demographic was in pre-production, now it's limited to sexually active 14-year-olds still retaking the sixth grade." -- Michael Atkinson, VILLAGE VOICE

Beerfest: "If you like to drink Pabst Blue Ribbon beer, you'll probably like this movie. If you're a cognac person, the scene where the great-grandmother performs a sex act on a sausage may not be refined enough for your tastes." -- Peter Hartlaub, SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE

Posted on September 01, 2006 to Bad Review Revue