Does the latest raunchy summer commedy deliver the laughs? Or are Fleischer-Eisenberg fans better off at home with Zombieland and a quick pizza? Uh, what's the number for the closest Domino's?
"...an impressively loopy, dirt-black heist comedy..."— Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly
"..ends up being just sharp enough at its peaks to be frustrating in its valleys. But the laughs are there."— Michael Phillips, Los Angeles Times
"...as junk-food comedy goes, 30 Minutes or Less packs a surprising number of laughs into its brisk running time..."— Peter Debruge, Variety
"Moral of the story: If you occupy the demographic that this film is aimed at, Hollywood doesn't have a very high opinion of you."— Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
"If you tune out the dialogue, which is packed with raunch that has neither rhyme nor story reason, there are passable moments."— Manohla Dargis, New York Times
"Even if the film had been 30 minutes or less, this comedy would still be too long."— Kirk Honeycutt, Hollywood Reporter
"Like his latest, Fleischer's Zombieland borrowed plenty of genre tropes, but paid them back with a self-aware wink. 30 Minutes or Less just takes the money and runs."— Seth Colter Walls, Village Voice