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Based on 24 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
25
Totally lame.
25
Baltimore Sun
Hands-down, the best James Brolin-in-an-Italian-accent movie ever.
25
Chicago Sun-Times
Pants and wheezes and hurls itself exhausted across the finish line after barely 65 minutes of movie, and then follows it with 15 minutes of end credits in an attempt to clock in as a feature film.
25
Lacking even a hint of humor or a watchable story, Disguise has distinguished itself as the summer's worst movie.
20
Chicago Reader
Imagine combining bad imitations of the "Ace Ventura" and "Austin Powers" movies and you'll have a rough idea of this feeble Dana Carvey farce.
20
Variety
Vehicle for Dana Carvey as a chameleonic crime-fighting imbecile is noisy, colorful and fart-gag-filled enough to amuse undiscriminating auds under the age of 10.
20
Painfully unfunny and misguided to boot.
20
New Times (L.A.)
Mostly this happy train wreck feels like a longer, better movie that was chopped up and reassembled by retarded monkeys; what should have been a rush instead feels rushed.
16
Entertainment Weekly
An awful, stillborn comedy assembled out of rusty spare parts from secret agent movies and run-of-the-mill ''Saturday Night Live'' skits.
0
New York Post
No one but a convict guilty of some truly heinous crime should have to sit through The Master of Disguise, an unbearably tedious and unfunny comedy.

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