- And even the "so-called defenders" of capitalism were too chickenhearted to resist.
- Stout urged this bitterness primarily as a safeguard against chickenhearted United Nations action at the peace table.
- There was not one chickenhearted, people-toed electronics messenger, they snorted, which could match the feats of wartime homing pigeons.
- Ty Burr in ChristianityToday.com
The Boston Globe's Ty Burr says, "Kranks is a feel-good movie in which every character is hateful : and a Christmas movie too chickenhearted to mention Jesus."