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54
Based on 28 Critics
  • 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

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