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'Casa De Mi Padre,' 'A Thousand Words,' 'Fairly Legal' And More: The Week In Ouch (PHOTOS)

The Huffington Post  |  By Posted: 03/17/2012 8:36 am Updated: 03/17/2012 3:41 pm

Casa De Mi Padre Reviews
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Is Will Ferrell's Spanish really that bad in "Casa de mi Padre?" Has rocker Meat Loaf lost his edge? And where's Eddie Murphy's comedic touch in "A Thousand Words"?

HuffPost Entertainment has rounded up the week's snarkiest reviews just for your enjoyment in the seventh installment of our "Week In Ouch" series.

This week, critics from Entertainment Weekly to The Los Angeles Times and the A.V. Club shaking their heads and asking these very important questions.

Let us know which films, albums and TV shows you think deserved the harsh critiques, and which ones you think critics should ease up on in the comments.

"Casa De Mi Padre" No Es Bueno
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Ah dios mio! TIME's Mary Pols found Will Ferrell's telenovela-mocking Spanish film "Casa de mi Padre" to be unbearably tedious, especially with Ferrell speaking the "careful Spanish of a proud tourist."

"Casa de mi Padre" is flawed in that it wouldn't be particularly enticing in any language. About five minutes of its mercifully short 84 minutes would make a nice sketch on Ferrell's Funny or Die. The rest of Casa de mi Padre tends to the tedious, either because its supposed comedy is inert or involves slow motion eruptions of flesh and blood from fake gunshot wounds. It's a limp return to goofy form for Ferrell...

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