So ramshackle it's nearly enough to make you forget how tossed-together the 1976 Car Wash was.
Owen Gleiberman — Entertainment Weekly
It's intermittently hilarious, though more of a drag.
Elvis Mitchell — New York Times
[A] crude and boring movie.
Peter Bradshaw — Guardian [UK]
No one will claim it steals that famous old MGM motto: 'More Stars Than There Are in Heaven.'
Mike Clark — USA Today
There's precious little to listen to, laugh at or ogle.
David Segal — Washington Post
Just not particularly amusing.
Michael O'Sullivan — Washington Post
Like gin and juice, [Dre and Snoop are] good together.
Jonathan Perry — Boston Globe
Shows not how far we've come since '76, but how low comic standards have sunk.
Bruce Westbrook — Houston Chronicle
Overall, the phrase 'It is what it is' has never seemed more appropriate.
Chris Vognar — Dallas Morning News
Two roommates start to antagonize each other after one becomes the other's superior at an LA car wash, and the conflict is played out with grittiness and flippancy.
Lisa Alspector — Chicago Reader
(The Wash movie review at Variety)
Joe Leydon — Variety
Boring and desperately unfunny.
Lou Lumenick — New York Post
Hilarity ensues. Except when it doesn't, which is pretty much the entire movie.
Roger Moore — Orlando Sentinel
More of a missed opportunity than a movie.
Dean Essner — Toronto Star
A sloppy, harebrained movie, which looks like it was made on a fraction of the budget of one of their videos.
Jason Anderson — Globe and Mail
A half-baked hack job that's woefully short on laughs, style, decent performances and discernible signs of technical proficiency.
Michael Rechtshaffen — Hollywood Reporter
Snoop, Dre and their buddies take it all in stride -- if they were any more laid-back, they'd be napping in their trailers.
Christy Lemire — Associated Press
(The Wash movie review at Hollywood.com)
Guylaine Cadorette — Hollywood.com
(The Wash movie review at Sacramento News & Review)
Mark Halverson — Sacramento News & Review
Some energetic performances from the cast may make this accessible to a wider audience.
Dean Essner — Empire Magazine
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