...creates the interesting notion that Wall Street trading involves a gang of hard-partying goofs who pass their days playing video games with our money.
—Roger Ebert Chicago Sun-Times
...has a few half-cute moments, some chuckles, and enough pretty faces to cast at least two TV pilots. What it doesn't have is a clue.
—Adam Markovitz Entertainment Weekly
...mostly as generic as it sounds; but the first act has a few appealingly bitchy remarks, and there's a reversal that's almost unintentionally subversive.
—Chuck Bowen Slant Magazine
...suffers from the dreary want of imagination about the specificity of twentysomething life that has sunk so many other specimens of this battered genre.
—Ella Taylor Village Voice
...lacking much of a satirical bite, the pic's quasi-celebration of crude laddishness becomes oppressive.
—Andrew Barker Variety