Welcome to Mooseport Reviews

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December 29, 2010
For Ray Romano fans only.
March 16, 2004
Clunkily earthbound as its characters and the situations plod forward while never getting anywhere.
March 4, 2004
This movie telegraphs its moves from the beginning, each of its laughs calculated as if an accounting firm had prepared them using a spreadsheet and an abacus.
March 4, 2004
It's a snooze on every level.
February 26, 2004
Devoid of wit and point.
February 24, 2004
Means to satirize the TV-fueled carnivalesque nature of American electoral politics but only demonstrates the TV-fueled debasement of American commercial comedy.
February 24, 2004
Offers a charming distraction from the current campaign season by sidestepping real issues and making light of the process.
February 23, 2004
[Mooseport is] like the pound cake of movies -- nice and safe and sweet, but not really worth recommending.
February 21, 2004
Pretty skimpy on fun.
February 20, 2004
Gets old faster than uncovered cheese.
February 20, 2004
A movie marred by a flaccid script, listless pacing, a plethora of cutesy-poo gags and Ray Romano.
February 20, 2004
Donald Petrie's movie is so over-laundered that it has completely sacrificed shape for comfort.
February 20, 2004
Welcome to Mooseport is the movie equivalent of a bowl of unadorned oatmeal: It's bland, a bit lumpy and, though it'll tide you over until something better comes along, you won't look back fondly on the experience.
February 20, 2004
Petrie made Grumpy Old Men, which appealed to the same older audience Welcome to Mooseport apparently is going after ... Both films suffer from a flatness and uneven pacing that make them slow going.
February 20, 2004
What a boring place Mooseport turns out to be.
February 20, 2004
A nice, if not consistently funny, place to visit.
February 20, 2004
Too often the filmmakers insult the audience's intelligence with far-fetched plot points, not to mention an offensive stereotyping of Mooseport's residents as moronic local yokels.
February 20, 2004
Little more than a feature-length screen test for TV icon Ray Romano.
February 20, 2004
A comedy so wan and spiritless that even the ringing cell phones in the theater offer more entertainment.
February 20, 2004
As directed by Donald Petrie, the movie and its characters are amiable and cute when they need to be offbeat and zonked.
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