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New York Post
A genuine oddity that's more watchable than it sounds.
Los Angeles Times
Where "Superbad" found something raucously winning in hanging with adolescence's loser elite, Harold is a disingenuous, one-note underdog portrait.
A terminally lame puberty comedy.
The question of who might find Harold even mildly entertaining looms large.
The New York Times
Harold is the type of one-note dead zone ideally suited for a bathroom break while sitting home on a Saturday night, alone and semidrunk, in front of the television. At feature length it's enough to make you tear your hair out.
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