(2005)

Critic Reviews

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Metascore

Based on 35 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
88
The movie's sweetness, wit and charm go beyond its can't-we-all-just-get-along premise.
75
A lot of frivolous but genuine laughs.
75
Philadelphia Inquirer
A comedy as likable as its stars.
75
If the movie had spent more time walking that tightrope between the acceptable and the offensive, between what we have in common and what divides us, it would have been more daring.
75
Charlotte Observer
This is his (Kutcher) most relaxed and sensitive work on film.
70
The Hollywood Reporter
Packs plenty of crowd-pleasing appeal.
58
Entertainment Weekly
Guess Who, with its PG-13 putdowns, turns into the kind of love story that Hollywood feels most comfortable with: a buddy movie, salt-and-pepper variety. All that's missing is the cop car.
50
Guess what? It's almost bearable.
50
New York Daily News
A disappointing retread of a bunch of better movies.
38
A succession of tired race jokes made worse by the bad comedic timing of the bland, under-talented Ashton Kutcher.
20
Wall Street Journal
Guess Who is, impurely and simply, a comic premise borrowed, turned around and dumbed down to the level of sketch or sub-sketch humor.

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