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Washington Post by
How bad is it? Let me count just some of the ways.
New York Daily News by
Slackers depends on the pathetic Ethan and the flatulent Sam for most of its laughs, and both characters are more revolting than amusing.
New York Post by
So patchy in its laughs, so calculated in its grossness and so lacking in genuine comic exuberance, it makes you look at "Road Trip" in an admiring new light.
Portland Oregonian by
A disappointing venture. If only it had been more clever, perhaps darker.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) by
Before immediately handing the movie an F and sending it off to summer school, give the filmmakers, and especially co-star Jason Schwartzman, credit for their anarchic willingness to try anything to shock a laugh loose from an audience.
TV Guide Magazine by
The gags are familiar collegiate stuff, involving horny young men, horny old whores -- horny young tramps -- silly foreigners, uptight authority figures, homosexuals and sassy fat women.
Film Threat by
The title not only describes its main characters, but the lazy people behind the camera as well.
San Francisco Chronicle by
A discordant comedy that gives bad taste a bad name.
Chicago Sun-Times by
A dirty movie. Not a sexy, erotic, steamy or even smutty movie, but a just plain dirty movie. It made me feel unclean, and I'm the guy who liked "There's Something About Mary" and both "American Pie" movies.
The New York Times by
So lazy and slipshod it confuses the mere flashing of kinky soft-core imagery with naughty fun.
Revenge is a dish best served DIRTY.