'Stuck On You' Critic Reviews

59%
MovieWeb:   2 reviews
60%
Rotten Tomatoes:   167 reviews
  • Owen Gleiberman Entertainment Weekly (Top Critic)
    84
    Farrellys invite the audience to think, feel, and giggle their way right into the lives of Bob and Walt Tenor.
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  • Elvis Mitchell New York Times (Top Critic)
    It's a much funnier movie than the trailer would lead you to believe; it would almost have to be. But it is just not as consistent as their previous trash wallows.
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  • Claudia Puig USA Today (Top Critic)
    75
    Not only is Stuck on You a hoot, but it also walks a line -- as the best Farrelly brothers movies do -- between silly farce and sweet sentimentality that artfully avoids the cloying or maudlin.
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  • Ann Hornaday Washington Post (Top Critic)
    A strangely lackluster, flaccid string of fitfully humorous episodes.
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  • Desson Thomson Washington Post (Top Critic)
    Stuck on You ... is surprisingly charming. That's right, you read 'charming.'
    Full Review » 10 years ago
  • Ty Burr Boston Globe (Top Critic)
    50
    Stuck doesn't come close to There's Something About Mary -- still the Farrellys' peak -- but it's half a notch above Shallow Hal and a good deal funnier than landfill like Me, Myself & Irene.
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  • Michael Atkinson Village Voice (Top Critic)
    There's a daft sweetness and inclusiveness at work that sustains the Farrelly movie long after the notion of attached brothers boxing or quarterbacking or manning a burger joint's kitchen fails to stir the chuckle meter.
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  • Jack Mathews New York Daily News (Top Critic)
    88
    A two-hour, one-joke comedy that never gets old, Stuck on You is the most mature, consistently funny and satisfyingly sweet movie in the rollicking careers of brother filmmakers Bobby and Peter Farrelly.
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  • Eric Harrison Houston Chronicle (Top Critic)
    42
    It has a few chuckles, but essentially it's a watered-down Farrelly tale of brotherly love, and who needs that?
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  • Gary Dowell Dallas Morning News (Top Critic)
    59
    Dead Ringers it ain't. But it is the Farrelly brothers doing what they do best: taking a hot-button topic and jamming it with as much humor as they can.
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  • Lisa Kennedy Denver Post (Top Critic)
    75
    I laughed. I cried. Quite possibly, I teared up even more than I laughed.
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  • Roger Ebert Chicago Sun-Times (Top Critic)
    75
    The movie is funny, but also kind-hearted.
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  • Mark Caro Chicago Tribune (Top Critic)
    50
    It's not naughty. It's nice. Naughty is funnier.
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  • Jonathan Rosenbaum Chicago Reader (Top Critic)
    75
    A brilliant enactment of the comedy of denial.
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  • Steven Rea Philadelphia Inquirer (Top Critic)
    50
    Stuck on You, despite its penchant for the crude and lewd, is gooey in ways that have nothing to do with bodily fluids.
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  • Jeff Strickler Minneapolis Star Tribune (Top Critic)
    25
    Stuck on You is Dumb and Dumber minus the sophistication.
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  • Tom Long Detroit News (Top Critic)
    67
    Silly, outrageous and surprisingly sweet.
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  • Bill Muller Arizona Republic (Top Critic)
    60
    By the Farrellys' standards, Stuck on You is pretty tame, keeping the gutter humor to a minimum.
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  • David Rooney Variety (Top Critic)
    A one-joke affair about conjoined twins that feels like it bypassed the scripting stage and was filmed directly from the pitch, the comedy remains resoundingly unfunny despite the strained efforts of stars Matt Damon and Greg Kinnear.
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  • Lou Lumenick New York Post (Top Critic)
    63
    While the belly laughs are few, there are numerous chuckles and it's quite watchable, thanks to solid performances by Damon and Kinnear.
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  • Roger Moore Orlando Sentinel (Top Critic)
    20
    [The Farrelly brothers have] made a comedy close to their own not-quite- joined- at-the-hip lives but left out the funny stuff.
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  • Peter Howell Toronto Star (Top Critic)
    60
    A sweet movie about brotherly love that doesn't force the humour.
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  • Liam Lacey Globe and Mail (Top Critic)
    63
    There's a generosity of spirit to Stuck on You that is a pleasure, even when the movie is slipshod.
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  • Stephanie Zacharek Salon.com (Top Critic)
    It's entertaining, not groundbreaking.
    Full Review » 10 years ago