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We Bought a Zoo Will Have You at Hello

It takes a real pro like Cameron Crowe to transform what could’ve been a big mess into something meaningful with We Bought a Zoo.

The Chipmunks Take It Easy in Chipwrecked

A considerable diversion from The Squeakquel, Chipwrecked is far less focused on Alvin and the Chipmunks’ career prospects.

Extremely Loud Equally Moves and Unsettles

Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close will either have you reaching for a tissue or sighing from sheer emotional exhaustion. Or both.

Colorful Hop Exceeds Low Expectations

What Hop lacks in originality it makes up for in high energy, bright and colorful imagery and a lively and talented cast led by James Marsden.

The Sitter Makes You Want to Stay Home

Starring Jonah Hill, this bawdy comedy takes the premise of 1987’s Adventures in Babysitting and adds lots of raunch.

The Muppets Are the Holidays’ Best Act

The Muppets showcases how fascinating characters trump over-the-top stunts any day of the week—even when they’re puppets.

Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy Moves Slowly

For those who can endure it, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy has a nice payoff. But until then, the film moves at a snail’s pace.

Carnage Plays It Tough, Sometimes Ugly

Carnage, based on the play The God of Carnage, is a pointed, sometimes brutal examination of human nature apart from God.

Tintin Cements Spielberg's Reputation

Moviegoers might think of Steven Spielberg’s great Raiders of the Lost Ark, a film with an adventurous spirit that Tintin also shares.

Family Matters in The Descendants

While the quirky sensibilities of Alexander Payne’s previous efforts emerge here, The Descendants is his most tender film to date.

Happy Feet Two Lacks a Lightness of Step

The same characters are basically in place from its Happy Feet predecessor, but Happy Feet Two simply lacks a lightness of step.

Marilyn Well Acted but Inconsequential

My Week with Marilyn is frothy, passing by breezily and requiring little effort of its viewers to dig beneath the surface.

Young Adult Critiques Perpetual Adolescence

In Young Adult, arrested-adolescence behaviors movies tend to celebrate are seen as symptomatic of the protagonist’s deeper problems.

Melancholia Goes from Grim to Grimmer

Melancholia examines depression and cold-eyed rationality that grew from Lars von Trier’s own struggles with depression.

Legalism, Dancing Clash in Footloose Remake

The remake of Footloose is still a born crowd-pleaser nearly 30 years later, especially when everybody’s dancing.

Jack and Jill Goes Downhill in a Hurry

While there are definitely more laughs than expected, it still doesn’t take long for a juvenile Jack and Jill to go downhill.

Young People Love Like Crazy

What is love once a relationship’s initial heat cools into the long-term commitment a young couple thinks they want?

God Is for Us in VeggieTales’ Robin Good

Besides the major theme (there’s no hurt too big for God), Robin Good shares valuable lessons on forgiveness and friendship.

Hugo More Than a Film History Lesson

One of the year’s best family movies, Hugo ends as an engaging film-history lesson but also taps into deeper human emotions.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • February 28, 2012 |
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Tower Heist a Perfectly-Timed Caper

In the era of Occupy Wall Street, Tower Heist ends up being a perfectly-timed, wish-fulfillment caper for the 99%.

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