Tomcats
Tomcats (2001)

This romantic comedy in the vein of There's Something About Mary and American Pie concerns the story of Michael Delaney (Jerry O'Connell), a struggling cartoonist who makes a bet with seven buddies over who will be the last to… More

Rated: R
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Genre: Comedy
Release Date: August 14, 2001
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15%
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42%



Critic Score: 15% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: Why even bother? You already know if you're going to see it or not.

Peter Travers
Rolling Stone

Laced with such rampant misogyny that the laughs stick in your throat.

Pam Sitt
Seattle Times

It brings the gross-out comedy genre to a new low.

Charles Cassady
Common Sense Media

A parade of labored sex gags and bathroom humor.

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Owen Gleiberman
Entertainment Weekly

In its mingling of horniness and disgust, Tomcats attains a convoluted cleverness.

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Carla Meyer
San Francisco Chronicle

Offers only tired jokes, grimace-worthy physical comedy and bad, bad acting.

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Nick Rogers
Suite101.com

Desperate is too kind a word. This isn't so much a movie as director Gregory Poirier's failed application to the Farrelly Brothers Country Club. Even those looking for T&A will be disappointed, unless Jerry O'Connell's hairy tuchus floats their boat.

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Mike Clark
USA Today

This is 90 minutes of gags of the lowest order.

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Jan Stuart
Newsday

Yet one more slice of American Pie-style outrageousness for and about guys with raging libidos and pinheads.

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Tony Macklin
Las Vegas CityLife

Tomcats is a raunchy, rambunctious, crowd-pleasing film.

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Flixster Audience Score: 42% Flixster User Reviews
Dean !
A pretty good cast line up for the time, most had been in a big hit around 2000. Similar to There's Something about Mary as 2 guys who vowed to stay single… More
Jason Szabo
Its crass laughs but rarely do they work. Its tame compared to the likes of American Pie, and its never as offensive as it makes itself out.
Joseph Eastmond
This is the motherload of all that is "Late Night" Comedies..and it almost pulled it off perfectly, but almost is only good in your dreams!
Stephen Earnest
Insulting "Tomcats" won't do much good since it solely exists as a way to gross out its audience. It's as depraved and grotesque an effort… More
Deb S
"Call me Mistress, you disgusting worm" If you like hilarious perverted humor, you'll love this one haha. And Michael Delaney was just yummy.
Chad Roesti
Average comedy with a few laugh out loud spots. The guy that we all knew as the fat kid from Stand by Me does right by himself gets all kinds of tail. Jerry… More

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