Spring Breakdown
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A trio of thirtysomething friends (Amy Poehler, Rachel Dratch, and Parker Posey) go vacationing at a popular spring break resort frequented by college coeds in order to prevent a politician's daughter from embarrassing her family. Larry Kennar and Rick Berg produce a script penned by director Ryan Shiraki in collaboration with star Dratch. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 60%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"I laughed a few times, mostly at Missi Pyle's antics."
‑ Rob Gonsalves, eFilmCritic.com
"Thirty-something girls gone wild!"
‑ Kam Williams, NewsBlaze
"Spring Breakdown - Three terrific actresses in one mediocre misfire."
‑ Christian Toto, What Would Toto Watch?
"They're not reinventing anything here, but it's a better than sitting through The House Bunny if you're out there looking for a healthy dose of comedy girl-power."
‑ Joshua Tyler, CinemaBlend.com
"isn't exactly the kind of movie that you would expect"
‑ Kevin Carr, 7M Pictures
"a shapeless disaster"
‑ Jason McKiernan, Filmcritic.com
"Spring Breakdown rides a very fine line between total trash and intelligent provocation, mall multiplex dreck and Troma-esque satire via the grotesque."
‑ Karina Longworth, SpoutBlog
"Is "Spring Breakdown" as good as "Mean Girls"? Or even as good as "Baby Mama"? No, not quite. But it's funny enough to be in the same neighborhood, and that makes it well worth a recommendation."
‑ Larry Carroll, MTV
"When I did laugh, it was because of some weird little twist one of the actors gave to a line reading or some bit of physical comedy they tried. It wasn't because the movie itself was actually witty."
‑ Mike McGranaghan, Aisle Seat
"A very bad genre exercise starring some very good comedic actresses who really should change agencies soon."
‑ Ray Greene, Boxoffice Magazine
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