(2001)

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Metascore

Based on 23 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
50
The movie is so silly I found myself snickering a couple of times, just before slumping down in my seat in mortified embarrassment.
50
Miami Herald
The movie is a lowbrow showcase for an equally lowbrow comedian, and how much of it you can endure depends entirely on how you feel about Kattan.
40
TV Guide
This broad, coarse farce is otherwise as insubstantial a piece of work as you could possibly imagine; in fact, a light breeze could blow it away.
38
New York Daily News
The writing, directing and acting are all so sketchy, it's a mystery that Kattan didn't just try out this material the way he should have -- in a three-minute sketch.
38
Chicago Tribune
Worth your time and money? Fuhgeddaboutit.
38
New York Post
This is a lazy, careless film that feels strangely unfinished.
25
Nobody would claim it adds up to much of a comedy. It's strictly for someone looking for a goof-off.
25
Boston Globe
The most dumbed-down mob comedy in years. It's the kind of movie you tie around the ankles of a stiff you're tossing into deep water and never want to see again.
25
Baltimore Sun
The only way sober adults will keep awake is wondering how the lead mobsters on "The Sopranos" -- who also are amateur film critics -- will rank the movie next year on HBO.
12
Chicago Sun-Times
A dead zone of comedy. The concept is exhausted, the ideas are tired, the physical gags are routine, the story is labored, the actors look like they can barely contain their doubts about the project.
0
Entertainment Weekly
It might be courting hyperbole to call Corky Romano the single worst movie ever to feature an ''SNL'' cast member (Dan Aykroyd hit some pretty arid valleys), but I'm willing to go out on a critical limb and rank it among the all-time bottom dozen.

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