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Chicago Sun-Times
Has the same mixture of dumb puns, corny sight gags and sly, even sophisticated in-jokes. It's a lot of fun.
Boston Globe
It's a sunny, funny, fittingly cartoony blend of computer-generated 3-D representations of the flying squirrel and his pal the moose with actors.
Chicago Tribune
Stuffed with smart Internet gags, silly movie references and a happy energy that makes you forgive the sequences that don't work.
Christian Science Monitor
Crammed with show-biz jokes that younger kids won't fathom, but the action is so quick and colorful that they probably won't mind.
New York Post
Works because they really are the focus - and they're excellently voiced .
Baltimore Sun
Rocky and Bullwinkle have not only returned, but they've been placed in the hands of filmmakers who know what they're doing.
USA Today
Pure nonsense is hard to sustain for an entire feature-length movie.
San Francisco Chronicle
So quick that the flat moments are rapidly, inevitably chased by a new gag.
Entertainment Weekly
The problem with the movie isn't that it sells out Rocky and Bullwinkle -- it's that it can't keep up with them.
Rolling Stone
It's sledgehammer whimsy, and it's not talking to me.
Philadelphia Inquirer
The whole affair has a painfully self-conscious, self-referential air. Jokes land with a thud, and so, alas, does Rocky, who seems to have forgotten how to fly.

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