- compiled by Jeffrey Overstreet Copyright Christianity Today International
- 2002 1 Jan
"I have a dream," says Phil Boatwright. "Someday, I'm going to see a comic film starring African Americans, about African Americans, that doesn't rely on crudity and sexual situations to draw humor from." Similarly, Paul Bicking (Preview) says, "Frequent sexual comments, vulgar language, and nudity cause
Michael Elliott compares the film to another gender-mixup comedy, and finds
The USCCB's critic calls it "off-putting … and unsuitable for adolescents. The sappy all-ends-well conclusion and feeble message about the merits of teamwork can't compensate for what is essentially a derivative film chock full of old jokes with little entertainment value."