Unaccompanied Minors
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A handful of kids stranded without their parents is determined to make the most of a bad situation in this comedy. It's Christmas Eve, and Oliver Porter (Lewis Black), the passenger relations manager at a busy airport in the Midwest, is looking forward to spending Christmas in Hawaii with his wife after 15 years in a row working on the busy Yuletide holiday. However, fate conspires against him when a massive snowstorm sweeps in and all flights are canceled. Porter suddenly has to deal with a number of stranded passengers, including six tween-age kids who are each flying unaccompanied from… More
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 31%

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"Irresponsible content notwithstanding, it's the low standard of filmmaking that really defies belief."
‑ Derek Adams, Time Out
"Unaccompanied Minors may not be the worst holiday comedy ever made, but frankly I can't think of something from that genre that sinks lower than this frighteningly bad movie."
‑ Bill Zwecker, Chicago Sun-Times
"Mixes youthful angst and hilarious hijinks in a way you'd expect from the creator of Freaks and Geeks."
‑ Alonso Duralde, Movieline
"Predigested drivel."
‑ Kam Williams, EURWeb
"Designed only for the youngest of children, who might be roused by the silly action, or perhaps for John Hughes, who might delight in the fact that his influence continues to color the landscape."
‑ Christopher Smith, Bangor Daily News (Maine)
"Most Saturday morning cartoons are more realistic, and actually funnier."
‑ Richard Roeper, Ebert & Roeper
"If you really must find something to distract your children from Christmas shopping and material yearning, this one gets top recommendation for happily occupying 90 minutes at the mall."
‑ Susan Walker, Toronto Star
"There are fragments of good comedy packed amidst the many forgettable scenes that you've seen a dozen times before in a dozen other forgettable comedies"
‑ Brian Webster, Apollo Guide
"The kids in the film behave badly. The adults behave worse."
‑ John J. Puccio, Movie Metropolis
"Feig's sympathies toward young misfits are still thankfully evident, but the mature, realistic approach that made 'Freaks and Geeks' so refreshing is missing here."
‑ Dan Lybarger, eFilmCritic.com
"Not for the faint of heart, the movie is unsettling and startlingly true to life."
‑ A.O. Scott, New York Times
"Filmmaker Paul Feig has proven his creativity directing The Office and Freaks and Geeks (which he created). With Unaccompanied Minors, he piles on one unfunny gag after another, leaving little room for character development."
‑ Ruthe Stein, San Francisco Chronicle
"Why, and at what point, did Feig choose to ally himself with the bullies of the world and substitute broad stereotype for insight into character?"
‑ Walter Chaw, Film Freak Central
"Unexpectedly warm and huggable, and far funnier than you'd ever guess... one of the wittiest, most endearing holiday films in recent memory."
‑ David Cornelius, DVDTalk.com
"It's clear very early on that Warner Bros. wanted less a thoughtful film about divorce or coming of age than a chipper family pick-me-up. And thus we have Unaccompanied Minors, which is one-third heart and two-thirds cheese."
‑ Steven Snyder, Zertinet Movies
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