Silly, but lots of fun for older teens.
| Original Score: 4/5
Stiller and Wilson are far less serious than their television role models (Paul Michael Glaser and David Soul) but still drive the hell out of the souped-up Ford Gran Torino muscle car that boosted the show's visual appeal.
| Original Score: B-
A buddy cop movie filled with genuine laughs.
The film is as clever as it is silly, more warmhearted than sentimental and just as irreverent as it is nostalgic.
| Original Score: 3/5
Cartoonish but clever, with the bulk of the fun coming when Wilson's wry wit meets Stiller's impatient officiousness head-on. Sophomoric, yet probably the best of the recent TV retreads.
| Original Score: 4/4
Not exactly politically correct, but you'd be hard pushed to find a single mean frame.
Too amiable to cook up anything truly memorable...
Todd Phillips strikes nostalgic gold, squeezing just enough comedy out of the buddy cop formula to keep it afloat during its brisk 95-minute runtime.
A pleasant diversion that vanishes from your mind right after you watch it.
Who could have anticipated that Snoop would be the saving grace of a major studio buddy flick?
This is sure to be one of the best comedies of the year.
| Original Score: A
Stiller e Wilson certamente já provaram ser capazes de originarem uma franquia baseada não em personagens, mas em suas próprias personalidades.
...Director Todd Phillips (Road Trip, Old School) proves once again that he has a hand for feel-good comedies.
If you like Stiller and Wilson, you'll find enough to like about this film. If you don't, you can always just gawk at that awesome car.
If you never saw the TV show, you'll still laugh.
| Original Score: 4/4
An amiable comedy, boosted by some good jokes, solid performances and plenty of charm.
| Original Score: B
The film takes a bad but beloved 1970s TV series and transforms it into an experience of almost transcendent silliness.
| Original Score: 3/4
...the movie doesn't take any of its material seriously-a big plus-and the alertness of the characters usually results in some scenes of hilarious comic value...
| Original Score: 2.5/4
A sterling supporting cast -- down to the tiniest bit parts -- provides enough astringent intelligence to make the slobbering sentimentality go down with ease.