“This Joke Falls Face First Off The Top Of A Twenty-story Building And Lands Hard Against That Cruel Asphalt With A Thick Splattering Of Blood. ”
Dean Essner - Guardian [UK]
Good-looking but relentlessly lowbrow outing plays like Clueless Does South Fork.
Derek Elley - Variety
A gratingly unfunny groaner littered with zero-dimensional, unlikable characters and hackneyed, threadbare comic setups.
Michael Rechtshaffen - Hollywood Reporter
Cole Smithey - ColeSmithey.com
...even if one were willing to overlook the downright aimless storyline, there's still the dearth of laughs and muddled character motives to contend with.
David Nusair - Reel Film Reviews
Dean Essner - Empire Magazine
Derek Adams - Time Out
Rebecca Murray - About.com
Nell Minow - Movie Mom at Yahoo! Movies
The humor is sharp and the satirical targets are mercilessly skewered.
Eric D. Snider - EricDSnider.com
Emanuel Levy - EmanuelLevy.Com
Christopher Tookey - Daily Mail [UK]
Slap her - she's not funny! No French people were harmed during the making of this movie, but they were insulted and the audience was put through torture for an hour and a half.
Cherryl Dawson and Leigh Ann Palone - TheMovieChicks.com
Frank Ochieng - Movie Eye
Dean Essner - Film Threat
[Mayron] manages to keep things affectionate even while she's sending things up higher than a full moon over Texas.
Dean Essner - Jam! Movies
Takes one character we don't like and another we don't believe, and puts them into a battle of wills that is impossible to care about and isn't very funny.
Ian Waldron-Mantgani - UK Critic
Dean Essner - FilmFour.com
Alexander Walker - This is London
A droll, bitchy frolic which pokes fun at the price of popularity and small-town pretension in the Lone Star State.
David Noh - Film Journal International
This is more a case of 'Sacre bleu!' than 'Magnifique'.
Neil Smith - BBC
Rich Cline - Shadows on the Wall
Clever and unflinching in its comic barbs, Slap Her is a small but rewarding comedy that takes aim at contemporary southern adolescence and never lets up.
Clint Morris - Moviehole
"Not really as bad as you might think!"
Stefan Birgir Stefansson - sbs.is
If we're to slap protagonist Genevieve LePlouff because she's French, do we have that same option to slap her creators because they're clueless and inept?
Frank Ochieng - TheWorldJournal.com
The humor is forced and heavy-handed, and occasionally simply unpleasant.
Frank Swietek - One Guy's Opinion
... a cute and sometimes side-splittingly funny blend of Legally Blonde and Drop Dead Gorgeous, starring Piper Perabo in what could be her breakthrough role.
Steve Rhodes - Internet Reviews
A delectable little treat that's sunny, funny, and far more intelligent than you'd expect.
Sean O'Connell - Filmcritic.com
The script falls back on too many tried-and-true shenanigans that hardly distinguish it from the next teen comedy.
Luisa F. Ribeiro - Boxoffice Magazine
Slap me, I saw this movie.
Victoria Alexander - FilmsInReview.com
As if Drop Dead Gorgeous wasn't enough, this equally derisive clunker is fixated on the spectacle of small-town competition.
Ed Gonzalez - Slant Magazine