|Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution | Release Date: September 27, 2000||CRITIC SCORE DISTRIBUTION|
Reaches the highest comic heights when the show itself starts.
He's (Willard) a one-man storm of escalating inanity, and he's hilarious.
For sheer laughs, Willard and Piddock take the trophy.
It's got enough hilarious moments that, all in all, the film's bite is as toothsome as its bark.
I was laughing so hard, tears were streaming down my cheeks.
It's as smart, quiveringly alert and fleet of foot as a purebred pointer on the scent of fresh game.
A droll piece of deadpan played with mostly unerring pitch by a talented cast.
You will be surprised by the film's poignancy when the winner is announced. You may even get choked up. You will care that much.
Waggish fun like this is too good to miss.
Gets blue-ribbon results from its thoroughbred cast of improvisational comics.
I found myself roaring at the grotesque way some of the characters talk to their pets, pausing only briefly when I realized that I do precisely the same thing.
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