Cops and Robbersons 1994

Critics score:
15 / 100

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Janet Maslin, New York Times: In Cops and Robbersons, Chevy Chase has an unfortunate chance to prove that there's something even more unfunny than his disastrous talk show. Read more

Jonathan Rosenbaum, Chicago Reader: Chevy Chase returns to the anonymous, unmemorable suburban mode that made his earlier movies profitable. And guess what? The results are anonymous and unmemorable. Read more

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Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times: Know what this sounds like? It sounds like a screenplay. Read more

Leonard Klady, Variety: Trapped in a sitcom sensibility, the film never makes the vital connection with the audience that's necessary to spawn a hit. Read more

Richard Harrington, Washington Post: Chevy Chase is lucky Cops and Robbersons isn't a sitcom. If it were, it would be canceled as pronto as his talk show was. Read more