The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
Log in with Facebook
Forgot your password?
Don't have an account? Sign up here
and the Terms and Policies,
and to receive email from Rotten Tomatoes and Fandango.
Already have an account? Log in here
Please enter your email address and we will email you a new password.
No consensus yet.
No consensus yet.
All Critics (32)
| Top Critics (6)
| Fresh (22)
| Rotten (10)
| DVD (2)
The movie oversells its whimsy and fits its quirkiness into a sitcom formula that's as preordained as the hero's moral rejuvenation.
Has no real taste of its own, but, in its mildness and predictability, offers the reassurance of a fast-food or motel chain.
The whole thing bubbles along nicely in a fresh, witty, unselfconscious manner, making you forget the dated Capra-corn message.
While retaining his boyish appeal, Mr. Fox also seems a shade more substantial this time, possibly because he is seen making life-or-death decisions when not fielding comic lines.
This isn't a bucolic, small-town romance. It's "Porky's."
Dialogue and plot and all the rest take second place to the conviction that two people only have eyes for one another. Fox and Warner create that feeling, which is why "Doc Hollywood" is a sweetheart of a movie.
Dated '90s comedy has nudity, some language.
Utterly predictable, but well acted, story of a big city doctor forced to reassess his value system after being stranded in a small town.
It works, with a hearty sense of character connection established, making the climax less about programmed theatrics and more about two smart, hesitant people finding comfort in an unlikely situation.
A breezy but entertaining star vehicle for Michael J. Fox.
A Hollywood look into small town America that, somehow, rings real.
When you see films like this show how easy it is to make a formulaic rom-com without offending, it's a nasty surprise to see what the Nancy Meyer's are churning out.
Cute movie - although the plot is exactly as expected. A highfalutin big city doctor lands up in a small town complete with caring people and "a beautiful, intelligent, and feisty" woman and has to consider his options.
Campy, off color, and not so daringly original, Doc Hollywood is enjoyable, if not a slight cliche of the standard comedy. Julie Warner keeps it very heartfelt and original, even if she has to be nude in order for her to be in it.
He was a big city plastic surgeon...in a small town that didn't take plastic. A lot of LOLs. Typicall Michael. J Fox Movie
great old school comedy
View All Quotes