Air Bud 2 - Golden Receiver Reviews

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February 3, 2015
This sequel doesn't quite have the heart of the first Air Bud.
May 29, 2013
The original film's director, Charles Martin Smith... has been replaced by Richard Martin, who brings a family-hour blandness to every scene.
May 29, 2013
[The film is] marked by dumbfoundingly bad dialogue, cliche-driven plotting and groan-worthy predictability.
December 4, 2008
As sequels go, Air Bud: Golden Receiver is barking up the wrong tree.
August 15, 2005
January 2, 2005
July 31, 2003
February 8, 2003
If you're a 7-year-old, at whom the film is aimed, you'll probably have no problem with the idea of a dog being able to join a school football team. If you're a cynical old critic like me, you may feel differently.
November 28, 2002
This doggie has fleas.
October 1, 2002
Air Bud: Golden Receiver has the same strengths and weaknesses as its predecessor. But this time the strengths are weaker and the weaknesses are stronger.
Top Critic
April 12, 2002
January 1, 2000
Air Bud: Golden Receiver is just as idealess as the original.
January 1, 2000
A decent way to settle the little ones down on a Saturday afternoon, sure, but so is Ritalin.
January 1, 2000
January 1, 2000
The Problem with the Air Bud sequel is simple: too many people and not enough dog.
January 1, 2000
Though the movie is inept in a number of key ways, what it really lacks is a lead actor who can carry his scenes with an un-doggish panache.
January 1, 2000
Air Bud 2 only has the ability to make you laugh (occasionally), and nothing else.
January 1, 2000
It's also hard to take seriously a film where a premise so bizarre is shrugged off as a given.
January 1, 2000
If there's a little demon who's making your life miserable, "Air Bud: Golden Receiver" offers a prime opportunity for sweet revenge. ... charmless, preachy, flabbergastingly dull ...
January 1, 2000
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