Often it's funny, and often it isn't.
For all its failings, Wet Hot maintains energy and high spirits over most of its length. The trouble is, such energy and spirits are not infectious, and the movies it mocks were better. full review
This is supposed to be funny? It was so depressing I almost started to cry.
A sloppy, unhinged hellzapoppin that occasionally hits its targets but more often seems out of control and desperate to please. full review
David Wain and Michael Showalter simply set up a bunch of stock characters in stock situations, and then repeatedly explode the cliches. full review
There's no getting around the fact that it's a hit-and-miss proposition.
I want to escape, / Oh, Muddah Faddah-- / Life's too short for cinematic torture. full review
Simply seems like a dim-witted addition to an already undistinguished canon.
This low-budget comedy will most likely try the patience of a paying audience with its uneven pacing, wavering tone and poor production quality. full review
A spoof that manages to be even stupider than the pictures it's spoofing. full review
The laughs are scattershot.
The writing here is rarely funny, and often trite and predictable. full review
This sloppy comedy may be a pleasant reminder of days gone by. full review
What the world doesn't need now is an homage to Bill Murray's 1979 summer-camp hit Meatballs.
This movie strains so hard to be funny, it almost ruptures itself.