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91
High school reunions should only be this satisfying.
90
A wild at heart, anarchic comedy that believes in living dangerously.
90
A bright burst of action and comedy with a cast that makes for rousing good company.
88
Chicago Tribune
Grosse Pointe Blank is covering the same kind of territory as that elephantine, if exciting, 1994 family man-killer thriller, "True Lies." But this time, the joke stings. [11 April 1997, Friday, p.A]
80
A premise this preposterous must be carried off with unflappable comic conviction, and Cusack is just the right man for the job.
80
The New Republic
As Blank, Cusack is both proud and remorseful. And the amazing thing is that as usual, you believe him. [Oct 10, 1997]
78
A wacky joyride.
75
USA Today
The kind of quirky, character-driven comedy they don't make much anymore.
63
ReelViews
A bleak, black satire that occasionally strays all the way into "Pulp Fiction" territory.
50
San Francisco Chronicle
The picture is a soggy, all-over-the- place mess.

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