The funniest and most emotionally charged erotic road movie since Bertrand Blier's Going Places.
Peter Rainer, New York Magazine/Vulture, 2003-01-16
A giddy and provocative sexual romp that has something to say.
Robert Denerstein, Denver Rocky Mountain News, 2002-08-09
Raunchy, smart, ebullient, melancholy, insightful, surprising, funny, frank and sexy as all get-out.
Mark Caro, Chicago Tribune, 2002-07-20
Part travelogue, part road picture, part meditation on class, mortality and intimacy, this extraordinary little movie might be the perfect harbinger of summer, as astute as it is steamy.
Ann Hornaday, Washington Post, 2002-06-01
Easily one of the sexiest and funniest films about class struggle ever made.
Manohla Dargis, L.A. Weekly, 2002-06-01
The best road trip movie ever made.
Desson Thomson, Washington Post, 2002-05-09
Represents a triumphant homecoming for director Cuaron.
Peter Howell, Toronto Star, 2002-04-21
If you like sex, you'll like the Mexican hit movie Y Tu Mama Tambien.
Liam Lacey, Globe and Mail, 2002-04-19
Stylish, hip, finally sad and above all, sexy.
Susan Stark, Detroit News, 2002-04-12
It's to Cuaron's credit that even at its most raunchy and ribald, Tu Mama keeps its wits, its heart and its soul.
Roger Moore, Orlando Sentinel, 2002-04-11
A wonderfully vibrant, contemporary coming-of-age road movie.
Moira MacDonald, Seattle Times, 2002-04-05
Frank, funny and true.
Carla Meyer, San Francisco Chronicle, 2002-04-05
Graced with the kind of social texture and realism that would be foreign in American teen comedies.
Eric Harrison, Houston Chronicle, 2002-04-05
Its vision of the road, the rural highways of Mexico in this case, and of sex is profanely funny, sharply observant and visually eloquent.
Steven Rosen, Denver Post, 2002-04-05
Explores the exciting, terrifying complications and limitations of sex, love, power, and loyalty.
Jonathan Perry, Boston Globe, 2002-04-05