'Dirty Love' Critic Reviews

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MovieWeb:   0 reviews
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Rotten Tomatoes:   28 reviews
  • Stephen Holden New York Times (Top Critic)
    0
    Even by the standards of its bottom-feeding genre, Dirty Love clings to the gutter like a rat in garbage.
    Full Review » 9 years ago
  • Mark Holcomb Village Voice (Top Critic)
    Excruciatingly inept.
    Full Review » 9 years ago
  • Jami Bernard New York Daily News (Top Critic)
    38
    Comedy can be a deadly weapon in the wrong hands.
    Full Review » 9 years ago
  • Roger Ebert Chicago Sun-Times (Top Critic)
    0
    Here is a film so pitiful, it doesn't rise to the level of badness. It is hopelessly incompetent.
    Full Review » 9 years ago
  • Todd McCarthy Variety (Top Critic)
    Falls so awfully flat.
    Full Review » 9 years ago
  • Kyle Smith New York Post (Top Critic)
    13
    Jenny McCarthy's giddy charm is wasted by screen writer Jenny McCarthy.
    Full Review » 9 years ago
  • Richard James Havis Hollywood Reporter (Top Critic)
    This banal comedy is filmmaking of the lowest order.
    Full Review » 9 years ago
  • Kevin Crust Los Angeles Times (Top Critic)
    0
    Attention, Razzie voters.
    Full Review » 9 years ago
  • Felix Vasquez Jr. Cinema Crazed
    13
    McCarthy is still not funny, never was, never will be.
    Full Review » 5 years ago
  • Ethan Alter Film Journal International
    It doesn't make a lick of sense, largely because none of these characters acts like a recognizable human being.
    Full Review » 7 years ago
  • Time Out
    McCarthy is still a tremendously appealing presence, but her script about a gal who tries to move on after her himbo boyfriend kicks her to the curb is pure amateur hour.
    Full Review » 8 years ago
  • Christopher Null Filmcritic.com
    30
    When Carmen Electra as a ghetto body waxer is the highlight of your film, you've got trouble.
    Full Review » 8 years ago
  • David Cornelius eFilmCritic.com
    20
    Dirty Love is ninety mintes of soul-crushing idiocy, wrapped in incompetence and smothered in fart jokes.
    Full Review » 8 years ago
  • Jeffrey Westhoff Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake, IL)
    25
    Aims to be the chick-flick answer to Deuce Bigalow, but even that turns out to be setting its sights too high.
    Full Review » 9 years ago
  • Lisa Rose Newark Star-Ledger
    13
    The shtick is desperately crude and not particularly funny. One wonders why any actress, even a retired MTV game show hostess, would stoop to such a disgraceful gig.
    Full Review » 9 years ago
  • Kim Williamson Boxoffice Magazine
    30
    You can't really like a movie that features a beautiful young woman who sometimes is naked and you end up leaving the theatre wishing you could see less of her.
    Full Review » 9 years ago
  • Frank Ochieng Movie Eye
    25
    Dreadfully lacking...about as awkwardly received as a training bra on Anna Nicole Smith's bouncy bosom...a cheap-minded farce aimed at the lowest common denominator
    Full Review » 9 years ago
  • Josh Larsen Sun Publications (Chicago, IL)
    50
    McCarthy ... is so busy trying to prove she doesn't take herself seriously that she undersells what is actually some serious comedic talent.
    Full Review » 9 years ago
  • E! Online
    0
    The shoddy script and train wreck of a supporting cast don't do much to win us over.
    Full Review » 9 years ago
  • JoBlo JoBlo's Movie Emporium
    30
    I can remember only one other scene in the entire 90-minute movie that made me laugh...
    Full Review » 9 years ago
  • Maitland McDonagh TV Guide's Movie Guide
    25
    This dyspeptic exploration of modern romance was written by TV-star Jenny McCarthy, who tailored its vulgar slapstick to her own apparently endless willingness to be the butt of raunchy gags.
    Full Review » 9 years ago
  • Bob Strauss Los Angeles Daily News
    38
    One thing you can say for McCarthy: The woman knows no vanity.
    Full Review » 9 years ago
  • Edward Havens FilmJerk.com
    17
    An hour and a half of uninspired dreck.
    Full Review » 9 years ago
  • Mark Olsen L.A. Weekly
    Facing up to such nasty, untidy realities of modern coupledom would have given Dirty Love some of the edge it aspires to, but seriously lacks.
    Full Review » 9 years ago
  • Richard Roeper Ebert & Roeper
    The lowlights are many.
    Full Review » 9 years ago