See Spot Run 2001

Critics score:
23 / 100

Reviews provided by RottenTomatoes

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Susan Stark, Detroit News: See Spot Run is so guileless and good-natured that you may just find yourself enjoying it almost half as much as the child who brought you along to the movie. Read more

Nancy Churnin, Dallas Morning News: Derivative, even desperately goofy in its quest to leave no gag potential unrealized. But you'll also be laughing so much, you probably won't care. Read more

Stephen Holden, New York Times: See Spot Run is pure Hollywood formula all the way. Read more

Eleanor Ringel Gillespie, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: An entertaining kid flick with lots of broad comedy and body-function humor. Read more

Bruce Westbrook, Houston Chronicle: See Spot Run not only exceeds low expectations, but it's also even a pleasant surprise. Read more

Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly: Dotted with strange seizures of humiliation. Read more

Liam Lacey, Globe and Mail: There are eight credited writers on this rapidly paced jumble of a movie, which could be a record. (You have to wonder: What movie titles did this octet of high foreheads reject?) Read more

Gene Seymour, Newsday: See Spot Run is one of those movies that makes you put your head in your hands and mourn the death of popular culture. Read more

Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times: Movies like this demonstrate that when it comes to stupidity and vulgarity, only the best will do for our children. Read more

Andrew O'Hehir, A wheezing, underpowered affair that pads two amusing scenes out to feature length with some canned sentiment, lame ad-libs and break dancing. Read more

Wesley Morris, San Francisco Chronicle: The perpetrators of See Spot Run want you to know who in this brutally dumb canine comedy is the idiot. David Arquette aside, depending on how long you stick around, it might be you. Read more

Jeff Strickler, Minneapolis Star Tribune: Adults will find little to entertain them, but at least it's not an ordeal to sit through. Read more

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Robert Koehler, Variety: Seldom have movie co-stars been ordered to stoop so low in a film's sorry quest for laughs Read more

Desson Thomson, Washington Post: Obviously, See Spot Run won't go down as one of the great kiddie dog movies. But it'll have to do for those children and adults who don't ask for much when it comes to movies. Read more