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Based on 9 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
The entire cast is solid, but most notable are Greer and Silverman, who make the most of unexpectedly serious roles.
After a promisingly tart start, the strident satire stumbles and falls into a sitcom-y hole from which it never emerges, despite the game efforts of its dynamic ensemble.
So lame that it barely gets a rise out of permanent erection jokes.
Peep World barely seems like a movie. Withered and shrunken, it feels even too small for TV.
The New York Times
A family circus of dysfunction that's so familiar you may feel tempted to place bets on how everything will shake out.
By turns flat and strained, Peep World is a collection of personality disorders in search of a story.
Strands a good cast in a sea of stereotypes and clichés.
Only Wilson acquits himself, finding a few insightful layers in his black-sheep stereotype and working up a sweet chemistry with Taraji P. Henson as his sassily devoted lady-friend.
Thick with stale "We're Jewish!" and inconvenient-boner jokes, the film's a post-"Office," shaky-cam sitcom pilot stretched to feature length.

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