The critics agree: Eight Crazy Nights makes converting to Judaism seem not crazy at all!
CHUD.com’s Eileen Bolender raves: “Whether you continue to nurse on the comforts of the familiar television style fullscreen presentation or have made the jump to the obvious superiority of widescreen, you’re covered here.”
Roger Ebert calls it “a jolly animated holiday funfest.”
James Berardinelli of ReelViews gushes: “It features a dog.”
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Combustible Celluloid’s Jeffrey M. Anderson thinks Eight Crazy Nights is “smooth” and “earnest.”