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Metascore

Based on 26 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
65
Mr. Showbiz
It's a yabba-dabba-delight.
63
Miami Herald
Look beyond the perfunctory dinosaur flatulence jokes, and Viva Rock Vegas is really quite sweet and clever.
63
New York Post
Actually more entertaining than its 1994 predecessor.
58
Entertainment Weekly
With no headliners to raise hopes, this negligible entertainment has its own boneheaded charms.
50
San Francisco Chronicle
Fast falls from interestingly loopy to tiresome.
50
Boston Globe
If you walk in with your expectations at a suitably low setting, you won't walk away disappointed.
50
Philadelphia Inquirer
Lame and misguided homage, which reduces satire to vulgar silliness for kids.
38
Chicago Tribune
Accomplishes something I would have thought impossible. It made me appreciate its 1994 predecessor, "The Flintstones."
25
USA Today
Now and again, the bizarre occurs, such as when Fred and Barney don showgirl outfits and seem to be doing their version of "The Birdcage." But mundane is more the norm.
25
Baltimore Sun
A tired piece of hackery, made only slightly less distasteful by a couple of inspired moments from supporting player Alan Cumming.
12
Chicago Sun-Times
An ideal first movie for infants, who can enjoy the bright colors on the screen and wave their tiny hands to the music.

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