(I) (2004)

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27

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Based on 27 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
63
A surprisingly funny, female-driven romp — as long as you don't question too many plot particulars.
38
The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
Very little of it works.
30
Village Voice
Throughout this Americanization of the Luc Besson–scripted French hit, Latifah itches to check her watch, Fallon appears mortified, and only Ann-Margret mainlines any comic adrenalin.
30
A bland, half-finished film that seems to have been conceived as off-peak cable fodder.
30
Queen Latifah is a natural-born charmer, but there's only so much she can do when paired with a costar so irritating it's hard not to squirm when he's on the screen, which is most of the time.
30
This thoroughly repetitive, ill-conceived and poorly executed effort -- with an emphasis on the word "effort" -- defeats these two talented people more often than not.
30
Variety
Commits any number of comedic violations during an aimless pursuit of laughs.
25
Bad as he is, Fallon cannot claim Taxi's worst moment. That belongs to Ann-Margret.
25
Baltimore Sun
Taxi's only saving grace is an inexplicable, though delightful, turn by Ann-Margret as Andy's ever-tipsy mom. She's a stitch, and about 100 times better than her surrounding material.
12
New York Post
This witless action comedy begins to insult the audience's intelligence from the opening scene.

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