Jack Mathews New York Daily News
This is a midnight stoner movie if there ever was one. show more
Ken Fox TV Guide
Working from a script by TV actor Dylan Haggerty, Araki manages to capture what he's been trying to say all along about the lives of the stoned and indifferent with the kind of effortlessness those earlier attempts sorely lacked. show more
This movie is all over the place. One giant discombobulated stoner trip that goes from one obscure adventure to another. And you know what? It is quite a fun, odd journey. show more
On the plus side, 100 percent sober when I watched it, I can say with some authority that Dylan Haggerty has written an eleventh-hour candidate for the funniest movie of 2007, that Gregg Araki has directed his finest film since 1997's "Nowhere," and that Faris, flawless, rocks their inspired idiot odyssey in a virtuoso comedic turn. show more
Uproarious pothead comedy. show more
Kevin Thomas Los Angeles Times
Gregg Araki's delirious Smiley Face is an unabashed valentine to Anna Faris, an opportunity for the actress to show that she can carry a movie composed of often hilarious nonstop misadventures. show more
The New York Times
Despite its laid-back script, “Smiley Face” is as prankishly political as Mr. Araki’s “Doom Generation,” evincing a deep unease with the media-saturated capitalist nation that Jane crawls inside her bong to escape. show more
Dennis Harvey Variety
A sterling space cadet performance by Anna Faris floats the genial if slight pothead comedy Smiley Face, a distaff "Dude, Where's My Car?" show more
Scott Tobias The A.V. Club
It's a fittingly loose, shambling little nothing of a comedy that's occasionally inspired, but at least a draft or two short of its potential. Still, it's a pleasure to watch Faris--a gifted, likeable comedian who tends to be the best element of many terrible movies. show more
May 22, 2008 Tommy
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This comedy titled Smiley Face with Anna Faris made me smile and chuckle all through it. At times I seemed to be as confussed as she was. Wonderfully written.
May 22, 2008 jcx238
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Is there a way to "star vote" here? 'Smiley Face' has my vote for 2nd best movie of 2007.. fun and even a little inspired at times - a great companion piece to either 'Mulholland Drive' or 'Inland Empire'..
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