Didn't Jennifer Aniston already do a bounty hunter movie? Talk about sloppy seconds.
-Roger MooreFull Review
Miami field trip only brings a pastel backdrop to the insipid infighting of the boobs in blue.
-Variety StaffFull Review
An ungainly mix of flat-footed gumshoeing and strained attempts at hilarity, all delivered with an unconvincing Joizy vibe.
-Sheri LindenFull Review
The movie has the by-the-numbers efficiency of a decent TV series, and about as much flavor.
-Mark FeeneyFull Review
It's exactly what you would expect it to be.
There have been notable exceptions, but Heigl tends to imbue her characters with an off-putting mix of insecurity and abrasiveness. This film is a prime example.
-Elizabeth WeitzmanFull Review
I guess I can't call the movie sexist as it was largely produced, directed and written by women. So I'll settle for calling it dull, corny and amateurish instead.
-Stephen WhittyFull Review
It's business as usual: fart jokes.
There is action of a sort -- a car blows up, shots are fired -- and what might pass for witty, sexy banter to someone who once overheard a conversation about an episode of Moonlighting.
-A.O. ScottFull Review
Surprisingly close to good, surprisingly close to fun, and the best Police Academy movie, No. 5 still reeks of desperation.
Imagine an Elmore Leonard movie scripted by a bad Nora Ephron imitator, and you'll have an idea of how dead-in-the-Jersey-water it is.
-Owen GleibermanFull Review
-Melissa AndersonFull Review
Everything in One for the Money rings cringingly false.
-Peter TraversFull Review
Tedious and tonally inept.
-Andrew BarkerFull Review
Janet Evanovich's best-selling Stephanie Plum series deserved better than this woefully executed, stillborn attempt at a franchise.
-Frank ScheckFull Review
One for the Money is tepidly glib throughout. Even violent murders are followed by wisecracks or another prurient opportunity to ogle Heigl's behind and cleavage.
-Liam LaceyFull Review