|Ariztical Entertainment | Release Date: March 2, 2001||CRITIC SCORE DISTRIBUTION|
What makes Hit and Runway uniquely fun, however, is the unapologetic extent to which Livingston and Cohen turn it into an index of beloved Woody-isms.
Does have a sort of endearing, earnest charm. But it would take much more than good intentions to save a film that rehashes cliches and concepts so unabashedly.
Hits the wall and runs off the rails. They should've stuck to shtick.
A mildly diverting gay-straight odd couple comedy that has just enough bright one-liners to carry it past its plot structuring.
Individual moments in Hit and Runway are quite funny, but as a send-up of action-movie mindlessness, the movie is sometimes as dumb as its targets.
A shame that this indie's willingness to trade in stereotype leaves a sour taste in your mouth.
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