A movie marred by a flaccid script, listless pacing, a plethora of cutesy-poo gags and Ray Romano. Full Review
The New York Times
A terminally mild attempt to revive the populist political comedy pioneered by Frank Capra in the 1930's. Full Review
I'm not sure if the movie's lack of momentum is the fault of the director, the screenwriter, or the star, Romano. But most likely, it represents the luckless convergence of three dismayingly low-watt talents.
Welcome to Mooseport's satirical edge is dull and pitted, the screenplay is overlong and uninteresting, the comedy is soft and shapeless, and the actors perform like they're on a sit com. Full Review
Wall Street Journal
No one comes out of Mooseport unscathed -- not Rip Torn, as the president's campaign manager, not Christine Baranski as his avaricious ex-wife. It's a democracy of mediocrity, or worse. Full Review