Snow Day
Snow Day (2000)

Anything can happen on a Snow Day-and for Hal and Natalie Brandston, it does. For 15-year-old Hal, "anything" means the determination to declare his love for the girl of his dreams, high school heartthrob Claire Bonner. Who cares… More

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: February 11, 2000
DVD Release Date: October 3, 2000
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Critic Score: 28% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: Weak assembly of characters and story lines made this movie forgettable and silly.

Kevin Maynard
Mr. Showbiz

A zippy, irreverent time-filler.

Lou Lumenick
New York Post

Gentle but funny family comedy.

Nell Minow
Common Sense Media

Good family fun for a snow day.

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Roger Ebert
At the Movies

Snow Day is an uninspired assembly of characters and story lines.

Tom Keogh

Not a waste of time, but not quite in control of its destination.

David Nusair
Reel Film Reviews could do a lot worse.

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Jay Carr
Boston Globe

The whole film seems pretty plastic, as if written by a computer.

Susan Stark
Detroit News

Most of the material in the movie is so familiar it makes your teeth itch.

Clint Morris

if only it snowed a couple more jokes

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Flixster Audience Score: 26% Flixster User Reviews
KJ Proulx
"Snow Day" is a very kid-friendly film that celebrates the joy of the winter season, while also following every single romance cliche in the book.… More
Lafe Fredbjornson
A light-hearted and low-budget comedy. It's filler for the kids, I suppose. There's nothing too memorable in this thing.
Jason Owens
"Snow Day" centers around a bunch of kids who aren't sick, but they are sick of school. They live in upstate New York, so it would have to snow a… More
Jason Spencer
Family comedy. Eh.
Rachel F
Damn funny.
xGary Xx
Pointless in a way only family comedies are, this is just a loose collection of weak jokes based around a day. With snow in it. At least it's not as bad… More

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