New York Minute (film) - Reception

Reception

New York Minute was neither a box office success nor a critical success. Roger Ebert & Richard Roeper gave the film a "two thumbs down" on the television show Ebert & Roeper. Aggregate movie review web site Rotten Tomatoes listed a critic score of 11% for the film, the consensus stating, Feels more like a calculated product designed to expand the Olsens' brand than an actual movie. Also, it contains ethnic stereotyping and sexual innuendo.

The film was nominated for two Razzie Awards: Worst Actress and Worst Screen Couple for the Olsen twins.

Despite the negative reception, some reviews were positive and the film was nominated for a Teen Choice Award for Choice Blush Scene.

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