The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas 2000

Critics score:
25 / 100

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Susan Stark, Detroit News: A pleasant surprise. Read more

Nancy Churnin, Dallas Morning News: There are still some pretty funny lines and gags. Read more

Lawrence Van Gelder, New York Times: The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas stumbles at its outset by setting up an adult premise inevitably undone by the film's aspirations to family entertainment. Read more

Steve Uhler, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: As entertainment for kids, or for adults, it misjudges its audience by at least a millennium. Read more

Eric Harrison, Los Angeles Times: Livelier, it feels more like a cartoon. Read more

Bruce Westbrook, Houston Chronicle: The key to appreciating The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas is low expectations. Read more

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David Germain, Associated Press: The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas is cute and funny, with plenty of slapstick and cuddly creatures for the kids and enough adult wit to keep parents reasonably amused. Read more

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Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times: It's not delightful or funny or exciting, and for long stretches, it looks exactly like hapless actors standing in front of big rocks and reciting sitcom dialogue. Read more

Peter Stack, San Francisco Chronicle: Falls from interestingly loopy to tiresome. Read more

Jeff Strickler, Minneapolis Star Tribune: Read more

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