A sweet, if predictable, kids' comedy. But you have to overlook the conveniently inconsistent behavior of all the characters - except in Garner's case. She never establishes a character. show more
The homily-laden wrap-up, stressing the upside of bad days, is enough to make you hold your nose, but it only lasts a moment, which is suggestive of the way Arteta and the cast provide the energy and momentum to get the job done but not overstay their welcome. show more
For a comedy set around one epic catastrophe of a rotten day, this wisp of a farce feels strangely chaos-deficient. show more
Not the best it is pretty bad its predictable!
Walked out after 20 minutes. Cookie-cutter inane unless you are under 6 years old.
Thought it was a pretty decent movie. If it were not for the speed reading script at the beginning of the movie I would have rated it higher. I almost walked out. The daughter was on my nerves quick. But once her script called for her to be sick her speech got better and slower and she got better. But I really did not like her. She drug the movie down for my part. I know that may sound weird to some of you but one character done wrong can ruin a movie. So I give it 3.5 stars. But the movie counter attendant is so beautiful. I had to go to the other one because I feel like I may drool at times. But she is real sweet. You dont see that much these days.