Mixed or average reviews - based on 33 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 11 out of 33
  2. Negative: 7 out of 33
  1. For the most part, it's both sitcomishly predictable and cloying in its attempts to be poignant.
  2. Reviewed by: Ken Tucker
    Really, the sole favor Dolman does the plucky Hawn is to light her rear end so that its continued gloriousness can be appreciated.
  3. The best way to kill the spirit of the sixties is to sanitize it with preachiness, which is what happens here. That rock-cock collection might as well be a box of baseball cards.
  4. 25
    The Banger Sisters so frequently features Hawn running around in revealing attire, tossing instructions at exhausted people that I'm inclined to think of it as a workout video.
  5. For a few brief moments, it's the bravest work this Hollywood gargoyle (Hawn) has ever done.
  6. 20
    Painful to sit through, because you want to see someone like Paul Thomas Anderson take hold of the character and the actress and start again from the beginning. Bob Dolman understands Suzette, but the rest of the movie is composed of ham-handedly obvious scenes. [23 Sept 2002, p. 98]
  7. From opening to closing credits, there isn't a single genuine moment -- as phony as a dime bag of oregano.

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