(Next Friday movie review at Entertainment Weekly)
Owen Gleiberman — Entertainment Weekly
Dean Essner — Entertainment Weekly
Notable chiefly for feeding a stereotype of blacks as shiftless layabouts interested mainly in recreational drugs and irresponsible sex.
Lawrence Van Gelder — New York Times
Most of the humor is about as fresh as the air left behind whenever Witherspoon uses a toilet.
Susan Wloszczyna — USA Today
Next Friday has everything you loved about last Friday.
Michael O'Sullivan — Washington Post
One measure of its desperation and lack of respect for its audience is the frequency with which it labors to wring humor from flatulence and excrement gags.
Jay Carr — Boston Globe
Isn't quite the picture its predecessor was.
Gary Dauphin — Village Voice
Another plotless, pothead comedy.
Robert Dominguez — New York Daily News
Its humor batting average would earn anybody an MVP.
Jeff Millar — Houston Chronicle
It delivers the same brand of cheap laughs.
Al Brumley — Dallas Morning News
(Next Friday movie review at Minneapolis Star Tribune)
Jeff Strickler — Minneapolis Star Tribune
(Next Friday movie review at Detroit News)
Susan Stark — Detroit News
The pic is too larky and goofy to come across as mean-spirited.
Joe Leydon — Variety
The real problem with Next Friday is that the whole movie is so ineptly written and directed that its 90 minutes seem to take twice as long.
Jonathan Foreman — New York Post
Cube walks through this picture in an unconnected, unfunny daze, torching what is obviously a great talent in pursuit of cheap laughs and big box office.
Roger Moore — Orlando Sentinel
Next Friday is a truly awful film.
Ernest Hardy — Film.com
Next Friday will eventually be remembered as a disposable farce, but one that leaves a happy memory.
Tom Keogh — Film.com
(Next Friday movie review at Sight and Sound)
Dean Essner — Sight and Sound
Lazy, dumb, and misogynistic.
Nell Minow — Common Sense Media
(Next Friday movie review at Time Out)
Dean Essner — Time Out
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