Decent movie that pushes the PG-13 envelope.
| Original Score: 3/5
| Original Score: 4/5
The money of the film's title should refer to Paul Newman, because the actor's presence elevates this routine caper into a pleasantly bankable diversion.
| Original Score: 2/4
Newman and Fiorentino steal cash -- and scenes -- in amiable heist comedy.
| Original Score: 3.5/5
A sly, smooth, extremely enjoyable caper... full of scenes you want to get lost in.
| Original Score: A-
| Original Score: 72/100
| Original Score: 3/4
Where the Money Is has a preposterous plot, but it's not about a plot, it's about acting.
A clever caper.
Age has pared Paul Newman's fine features to a sketch; it's also honed his huge movie appeal to such basics that he can pretty much maintain our attention while in a coma.
| Original Score: B-
Where The Money Is is quick and entertaining, with plenty of breezy dialogue and performances that really up the ante.
The movie as a whole is wonderfully laid-back and pleasant to be around.
| Original Score: 9/10
The film solidifies Linda Fiorentino's worth as a leading lady, hopefully rescuing her from the B-movie fare that litters her resume.
There's real pleasure in discovering Where the Money Is, thanks to a silver fox named Paul Newman.
Few actors project intelligence and resolve like Newman, and he makes the seemingly impossible aspects of his character feel not just probable but easily within his reach.