Dennis the Menace

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When his parents have to go out of town, mischievous Dennis Mitchell makes the life of neighbor George Wilson miserable with his overactive energy and inadvertent troublemaking. But in fact, Dennis is just trying to be helpful, even to the thief who's arrived in town.
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eFilmCritic.com
How to turn an innocuous comic strip into an obnoxious movie.
July 25, 2002
Variety
Very young children may find the numskull, by-the-numbers gags here amusing, but teens will consider this kids' stuff and adults will be pained.
July 22, 2008
TV Guide
John Hughes' vision of Dennis is much more menacing than Ketcham's fans and parents of small children might reasonably expect.
April 26, 2007
ReelViews
Most children will get a kick out of it, although adults roped into accompanying their offspring may find themselves yearning to escape through the nearest exit.
January 01, 2000
Juicy Cerebellum
Why, oh dear lord, why?!?
March 04, 2003
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)
Someone ought to pay for this.
August 11, 2003
Austin Chronicle
A movie that makes you leave the theatre with thoughts of having yourself, and your neighbors, spayed is not a good thing.
January 01, 2000
Deseret News, Salt Lake City
But it's all far too flabby, with lengthy setups that seem to go on forever. Some judicious editing to tighten up the film could have made all the difference in the overall pacing.
January 01, 2000
Chicago Sun-Times
Those good qualities are undermined, unfortunately, by the Switchblade Sam character, who is dirty, threatening and scary.
January 01, 2000
Entertainment Weekly
Its unholy mixture of peppy sadism and pious, self-righteous sentiment comes straight from Hughes' crabbed cinematic heart.
July 07, 2010
New York Times
Mr. Hughes and Mr. Castle try hard to re-create a kind of timeless, idealized comic-strip atmosphere, but except for the performances of Lea Thompson and Robert Stanton... nobody in the movie seems in touch with the nature of the comedy.
May 20, 2003