(Snow Day movie review at Entertainment Weekly)
Owen Gleiberman — Entertainment Weekly
Dean Essner — Entertainment Weekly
Snow Day fails both as arrested-development farce and as teen-age romantic comedy.
A.O. Scott — New York Times
Unless you have a craving to watch a sluggish Ski-Doo race or want to admire Chase dressed as a hula dancer, consider this the cinematic equivalent of yellow snow.
Susan Wloszczyna — USA Today
There's little here to offend anyone, and even less here to excite anyone.
Desson Thomson — Washington Post
The whole film seems pretty plastic, as if written by a computer.
Jay Carr — Boston Globe
(Snow Day movie review at Houston Chronicle)
Dean Essner — Houston Chronicle
Not high art, but not a bad choice if you've got a snow day.
Nancy Churnin — Dallas Morning News
(Snow Day movie review at Minneapolis Star Tribune)
Jeff Strickler — Minneapolis Star Tribune
Most of the material in the movie is so familiar it makes your teeth itch.
Susan Stark — Detroit News
Young Grey is a firecracker of talent; Fisk delivers a lovely, unaffected performance, and Chriqui is a sparkling, doe-eyed beauty.
Lael Loewenstein — Variety
Gentle but funny family comedy.
Lou Lumenick — New York Post
Kid comedy's light, fluffy, not very deep.
Roger Moore — Orlando Sentinel
Not a waste of time, but not quite in control of its destination.
Tom Keogh — Film.com
(Snow Day movie review at Globe and Mail)
Dean Essner — Globe and Mail
One of those low-intelligence pictures aimed squarely at the under-11 crowd that doesn't do much to endear itself to older viewers.
James Berardinelli — ReelViews
Snow Day isn't for teens, it's for the kids who aspire to be teens.
Robin Rauzi — Los Angeles Times
(Snow Day movie review at Sight and Sound)
Dean Essner — Sight and Sound
Good family fun for a snow day.
Nell Minow — Common Sense Media
(Snow Day movie review at Sacramento News & Review)
Mark Halverson — Sacramento News & Review
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