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Watching a teen flick as morally bankrupt as Sugar & Spice ... you have to wonder if Hollywood is really getting the message about gratuitous film violence.
New York Times:
You get the feeling that it's bad on purpose, which makes it, given the number of teenage movies that are terrible by accident, not bad at all.
A setup stretched as thinly over feature length as the average movie-bound Saturday Night Live sketch.
Globe and Mail:
Of course, an unfunny comedy is hardly news. However, even by Tinseltown's impoverished standards, one so utterly bereft is something of a rarity, and thus perversely interesting.
A frothy motion picture that offers moments of guilty pleasure but isn't good enough to earn a recommendation.
Minneapolis Star Tribune:
The best thing that can be said about the Minnesota- made comedy Sugar & Spice is that there's no reference to the fact that it was made in Minnesota.
Quite a smart little film with a surprising satirical edge.
Struggles with the existential challenge of individuating five (then six, then seven) perky white heterosexual girls wearing identical aquamarine miniskirts and halter tops.