Dragnet 1987

Critics score:
46 / 100

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Vincent Canby, New York Times: Mr. Aykroyd and Mr. Hanks play well together, but the funniest performance in the film is that of Dabney Coleman, as the smut king (who lisps). Read more

Pat Graham, Chicago Reader: Most of the time it's fresh, funny, and surprising. Read more

Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times: It's fun a lot of the time. Several individual shots are hilarious. Read more

Time Out: Entertaining enough, but a pity they didn't draft in more of the Eisenhower context. Read more

Variety Staff, Variety: More innocuous than inventive. Read more

Desson Thomson, Washington Post: The script is a gold mine of one-liners. Read more

Rita Kempley, Washington Post: Yes, it is lowbrow and sophomoric. What you'd call dumb-de-dumb-dumb fun. Read more