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If, in the world of the movies, a dog can play basketball and a donkey can play football, why can't a chimp play baseball? That question is answered in the family comedy Ed. Jack "Deuce" Cooper (Matt LeBlanc) is a struggling baseball pitcher who has great natural talent but keeps choking under pressure. Traded to a class A minor league team, Deuce is appalled to discover his third baseman -- and roommate on the road -- is a chimpanzee named Ed Sullivan. While Ed can actually hold his own on the diamond, Deuce feels there's something a bit undignified about having to look… More
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"Might tolerably amuse the under-10 crowd, but will prove borderline intolerable for everyone else."
‑ Todd McCarthy, Variety
"It's forgettable matinee fodder."
‑ Peter Stack, San Francisco Chronicle
"A monkey playing baseball, what could be cuter? In the case of Bill Couturiť's Ed, you could slap Chunk from The Goonies in in some Victoria's Secret lingerie and you'd have something more attractive."
‑ Ryan Cracknell, Movie Views
"Much of the movie will make no sense to someone looking for more than a parade of potty jokes."
‑ Rob Blackwelder, SPLICEDWire
"The movie is breathtakingly unadventurous, with its cheesy story line, hackneyed ballpark-fable sentiments, "adorable" animal and collection of one-dimensional human nincompoops, headed by Matt LeBlanc"
‑ Desson Thomson, Washington Post
"Why Bill Couturie, who produced the affecting AIDS-quilt docu Common Threads, took on this howler is as mysterious as the theory of evolution. Why LeBlanc gave up hiatus for the role is as mysterious as Hollywood."
‑ , Entertainment Weekly
"Click the read the article."
‑ Staci Layne Wilson, StaciWilson.com
"There's never a moment when you think it's a real chimp, so even that novelty is nonexistent."
‑ Craig Marine, San Francisco Examiner
"Mr. LeBlanc ... is so blank that the only impression he makes is of having teeth that are very large and unnaturally white."
‑ Stephen Holden, New York Times
"A buddy comedy with big groans, potty humor, and drinking."
‑ Tracy Moore, Common Sense Media
"Some would say that kids may like it, but kids enjoy eating packets of sugar - that's no reason to encourage it."
‑ Brad Laidman, Film Threat
"One of the worst, most wrong-headed "family" fantasies to come along in some time."
‑ Chris Hicks, Deseret News, Salt Lake City
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