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    Peter Travers Rolling Stone

    A movie this unspeakably awful can make an audience a little crazy. You want to throw things, yell at the actors, beg them to stop. But the film drags on, digging horrible memories into the brain -- like Bruce Willis and Danny Aiello's singing. show more

  • 25
    Mick LaSalle San Francisco Chronicle

    Just awful… There is probably not one interrupted 60-second stretch in which a line of dialogue doesn't clunk, an action doesn't ring false or an irritating plot turn doesn't present itself. [25 May 1991] show more

  • 38
    Susan Wloszczyna USA Today

    It ends up choking on a never-ending stream of inept gags... A worst-case scenario of wackiness gone out of whack. [24 May 1991] show more

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    Julie Salamon Wall Street Journal

    Despite all of its failures of wit, sense, and pace, the film does most effectively flaunt the millions spent on it. The inane action takes place in splendiferous settings. [23 May 1991] show more

  • 25
    Chicago Tribune

    Boring and banal, overwrought and undercooked, Hudson Hawk is beyond bad. [24 May 1991] show more

  • 60
    Empire

    What director Lehmann has made is essentially a multi-million dollar cult movie with great effects, a witty script and some good performances, but although some of the eccentric (and occasionally slapstick) humour may not appeal to a mass audience, it is certainly one of the more original blockbusters coming out this summer. show more

  • 40
    TV Guide

    This one may be just excessive enough to develop a cult following. It also proved quite popular with German audiences, for reasons we've been unable to fathom. show more

  • 20
    Kimberley Jones Austin Chronicle

    Everybody figured producer Joel Silver and Willis couldn't lose and guess what? They all rolled craps. show more

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    Owen Gleiberman Entertainment Weekly

    This may be the only would-be blockbuster that's a sprawling, dissociated mess on purpose. It's a perverse landmark: the first postmodern Hollywood disaster. show more

  • 70
    Richard Schickel Time

    But if you can see past the thicket of dollar signs surrounding Hudson Hawk, you may discern quite a funny movie -- sort of an "Indiana Jones" send-up with a hip undertone all its own. [10 June 1991] show more

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