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In its mingling of horniness and disgust, Tomcats attains a convoluted cleverness.
Los Angeles Times
Raucously energetic and replete with a barrage of graphic sexual humor.
This is 90 minutes of gags of the lowest order, yet Poirier occasionally injects them with more energy than anything in "Heartbreakers."
Isn't as funny as it is crude, and isn't as crude as it is labored.
TV Guide Magazine
Criticism seems irrelevant at best.
At least it has the decency not to pretend it's aspiring any higher than the toilet.
A boner-headed comedy whose sense of gross-out humor is calculated rather than inspired.
Go expecting the very worst. Just don't expect to laugh.
There is a bright spot. He (Poirier) used up all his doggy-do-do ideas in the first picture "See Spot Run."
San Francisco Chronicle
Offers only tired jokes, grimace-worthy physical comedy and bad, bad acting.
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