Without a Paddle Reviews

Without a Paddle Review
by Robin Clifford (Rating: D+)
When three best friends learn of the death of their fourth, Billy (Anthony Starr), they attend the funeral and congregate at the one place they all loved as kids Billy's tree house. While going through their boyhood treasures they come across a map...more

Without a Paddle Review
by Bob Bloom (Rating: 2/4)
Without a Paddle is one of those coming-of-age stories about a trio of 30 year olds, childhood friends, reunited by the untimely death of the fourth member of their more

Without a Paddle Review
by Laura Clifford (Rating: D+)
Friends since childhood, Dan (Seth Green, "The Italian Job"), Jerry (Matthew Lillard, "Scooby-Doo") and Tom (Dax Shepard, "Cheaper by the Dozen") are reunited when the fourth member of their gang, Billy (Anthony Starr), dies tragically young. While...more

Without a Paddle Review
by Dave Bloom (Rating: D-)
There were a couple things about Without a Paddle that made it clear why the name was so fitting. While viewing the movie, I felt bored by the unintelligent jokes, dumb, unheard of situations, crude dialogue, and terrible plot, and I was stranded in the...more

Without a Paddle Review
by Jon Popick (Rating: 3/10)
You should get up and run if you see Without a Paddle coming your way. Continuing to prove he's as inconsequential as a shortstop making actual physical contact with second base while he's turning a double-play, director Steven Brill (Mr. Deeds) again...more

Without a Paddle Review
by JoBlo (Rating: 5/10)
PLOT: Three big-city childhood friends head out into the woods in order to find a treasure to which their fourth (now dead) buddy left a map. But as they paddle their way upstream, things go terribly awry and misadventures ensue as big bears, big hicks...more

Without a Paddle Review
by Steve Rhodes (Rating: 3/4)
WITHOUT A PADDLE, directed by LITTLE NICKY's Steven Brill, is a completely silly but surprisingly funny comedy. It is basically a teen comedy since it stars three adult actors (Seth Green, Matthew Lillard and Dax Shepard) playing 30-year-olds (Dan, Jerry...more