Malibu's Most Wanted Reviews

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December 25, 2010
Dumb movie, but some funny moments for teens.
April 29, 2009
I was pretty surprised to find this was just so entertaining.
July 5, 2005
October 7, 2004
January 4, 2004
Ryan O'Neal gets more laughs in a few scenes than Chris Rock managed in all of Head of State.
September 6, 2003
Jamie Kennedy needs to be stopped.
June 26, 2003
The movie flirts with incisive, witty segments, but it's ultimately yet another anti-inflammatory comedy about racial identity that devolves into a one-joke affair.
June 8, 2003
May 30, 2003
Malibu's Most Wanted absconds with a simplistic but imaginative plot and elevates it beyond the realm of sketch comedy into legitimate cinematic territory - for real, y'all.
May 28, 2003
Not as inspired as White Boyz.
May 12, 2003
I laughed during the whole movie...the trick to stupid comedy is earnestness - these guys have that out the wazoo.
May 2, 2003
The problem with Most Wanted has plagued most of the Saturday Night Live movies. What's funny in a five-minute sketch, may not be funny for an hour and a half.
April 27, 2003
The funniest part of the movie are the out-takes at the end, but those aren't worth the price of admission, wait for the DVD.
April 27, 2003
B-Rad is a harmless, lovable guy... something that can't be said for the characters played by superstars Queen Latifah and Steve Martin, who appear on the next screen over.
April 26, 2003
This cheaply thrown-together farce offers only fitful amusement.
April 25, 2003
The wince to giggle factor isn't that good.
April 24, 2003
If the movie at least had the courtesy to make its protagonist funny or clever, it may have possessed enough charm to relieve the feeling that it's insulting its target audience.
April 23, 2003
Malibu isn't the most painful cinematic experience of my life - or even of 2003 - though it may be the most bizarrely wrongheaded.
April 22, 2003
If you're looking for something artistic and brilliantly conceived, I suggest you search elsewhere. But there's something to be said for a straight sitcom flick that delivers the laughs.
April 22, 2003
But despite its inane premise, fuzzy shape, and broad TV-land characters, Jamie Kennedy's latest experiment is ?%*@&!* hilarious.
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