I laughed all the way through Mike Judge's Idiocracy -- a brilliant futurist send-up in which the world of tomorrow has only gotten dumber through the years -- and it seems clear that Christianity Today reviewer Frederica Greene-Mattewes did too, which is strange, considering the review she gave it.
This is a classic example of that rare form: a negative review that negates itself, a pan that misses no opportunity to recap all the funny scenes, only to arrive at the view that the movie isn't that funny, or that good, or something.
Maybe bi-polar reviews like this are common on Planet Bizarro, or will be on this planet in 500 years: "Stay at home! Do not watch this hilarious film that I cannot stop quoting in loving detail! You'll be sorry if you see it!"