Ralph Breaks the Internet
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All Critics (16)
| Top Critics (8)
| Fresh (5)
| Rotten (11)
I groaned my way through this black -- and blue -- romantic comedy and then decided I liked it.
It's as if Downey Sr.'s irreverence and off-the-wall humor couldn't quite co-exist with the heartfelt tribute he intends to make here to his wife and her fellow Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis sufferers.
A sweet, winning diversion that meanders enjoyably on the strength of its laid-back charm.
Hugo Pool, the first film in six years from former counterculture director Robert Downey sets new standards in wacko charmlessness.
The best thing about this bizarre love story (follie de grandeur) between a female pool cleaner and immobile man in wheelchair is that it puts icon Robert Downey behind the camera after long absence; with some luck Patrick Dempsey should become a lead man
The audience seems limited to the director's inner circle.
A series of strenuously oddball vignettes masquerading as a movie.
What a mess.
The bottom of the pool.
Interesting -- but not riveting -- slice of life in Southern California.
Hugo Pool features an impressive collection of talent, including two of the best actors of their generation -- Sean Penn and Robert Downey Jr. Sadly, their talents are wasted in this muddled mix of romance and attempted satire.
Downey tries to re-create the loopy irreverence of Putney Swope in a '90s setting -- with little success.
Laugh out loud hilarious...
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