Bushwhacked (1995)

In this slapstick comedy, bungling delivery man Max Grabelski is set up by a group of local racketeers and forced to flee from the law. During his getaway, Max is mistaken for a veteran mountain guide and finds himself leading a troop of… More

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Rated: PG-13
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Release Date: January 1, 1995
DVD Release Date: March 11, 2003
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Critic Score: 11% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Michael Wilmington
Chicago Tribune

Bushwhacked isn't much of a movie. But it made me laugh more than I'd like to admit.

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Kevin Thomas
Los Angeles Times

[A] strained, way, way over-the-top comedy-thriller in which its star, Daniel Stern, as the film's executive producer, gives himself free rein to mug and show off to increasingly numbing and tedious effect.

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TV Guide

The script jerks from scene to scene like a string of sketches, and if there's any debate about whether or not to see it, your degree of tolerance for Stern's sad-sack mugging should be the deciding factor.

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Leonard Klady

Riddled with noble sentiments and good intentions, this great-outdoors hijinx is hiking familiar trails with a combination of bathroom humor, cute kids and a fuzzy, happy ending.

Rita Kempley
Washington Post

With a little effort from viewers, Daniel Stern's dumb comedy, Bushwhacked, might bring on a smile. But don't expect anything so grand as a chuckle.

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Dan Lybarger
Nitrate Online

After a funny opening, it goes downhill very quickly.

Peter Stack
San Francisco Chronicle

A little bit of Daniel Stern's mugging, dimwit style of comedy goes a long way.

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James Berardinelli

This is an occasion when it's far better to see the trailer and skip the actual film. Once the opening credits start rolling, it's all downhill.

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Fred Topel

Totally unfunny.

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Flixster Audience Score: 37% Flixster User Reviews
Lucas Martins
Sarah Prisbylla
A childhood favorite - and for some reason - I have a soft spot for camping movies.
Jason Owens
Has its moments, but not as funny as many other Daniel Stern films. Just average.
danny d
decent family flick