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True Grit Has Plenty of Fighting Spirit

Thanks to a whip-smart script by those ever-inventive Coen brothers, True Grit has plenty of substance and style, a formidable combination for any film, let alone a remake.

Lack of Laughs Stings in Just Go with It

Adam Sandler is Danny, a loser who, after being jilted by his bride-to-be 20 years earlier, learns that single women are easier to bed if he wears a wedding ring and pretends to be married.

Cameron's Sanctum Sinks and Stinks

Those excited to see James Cameron's name associated with Sanctum shouldn't be fooled. He produced, but direction was left to Alister Grierson, who has only one previous feature under his belt.

Costner Enlivens Routine Company Men

Writer/Director John Wells tackles economic downturn head-on in The Company Men, a well-performed but curiously unaffecting tale of corporate callousness and career retrenchment.

Wading through Singleness in Single Creek

Chris Lang didn’t set out to explore second-time singlehood or any type of singleness for that matter. But in God’s providence he did, both personally as well as professionally in his documentary Single Creek.

Drive Angry 3D Travels Far from Heaven

There's nothing more offensive about the new Nicolas Cage vehicle, Drive Angry 3D, than the thought of paying the inflated ticket prices to see the film in all three lurid dimensions.

Mortality's Dark Shadow Dominates Biutiful

Alejandro Gonzales Innaritu's film starring Javier Bardem is a dark film about mortality and the struggle to exist in a harsh world.

Gnomeo & Juliet is Kid-Friendly Shakespeare

An update of the Romeo and Juliet story for the young set, Gnomeo & Juliet has several laughs and a mostly gentle spirit. If that’s what it takes to expose kids to Shakespeare, I’m all for it. The film certainly could have been much worse than it is.

Finale Gives Gusto to I Am Number Four

If you can get past the ludicrous set-up, you might find I Am Number Four has a few things working in its favor.

The Rite Gets Only Some Things Right

While The Rite’s conclusion is somewhat gratifying, the supernatural thriller botches enough spiritual points along the way to make one wonder about its intentions.

Male Bonding Goes to the Extreme in The Mechanic

As in The Transporter, Jason Statham is clearly in his element when executing grueling feats of ridiculousness. And The Mechanic is certainly no exception.

Sex Without Consequences in No Strings Attached

Playing out like When Harry Met Sally in reverse, No Strings Attached examines modern sexual mores by posing the following question: Can men and women just sleep together on a regular basis without the pesky inconvenience of falling in love getting in the way?

Comedy or Not a Comedy? That's The Dilemma

Beyond the buddy-comedy dynamic of Vince Vaughn and Kevin James, The Dilemma is a rather serious story about romantic commitment, and the harsh realities of a crumbling marriage where intimacy between husband and wife is a fading memory.

Green Hornet Shakes Up the Superhero Genre

The Green Hornet is like the goofy twin to The Dark Knight. Both have billionaire protagonists who don masks, drive cool cars, and are in the pursuit of justice—except one is the brooding Christian Bale while the other is the guy from Knocked Up.

Faith Flourishes, Communism Withers in The Way Back

It deals with oppressive governments, the will to survive and the evil that men do. But it also soars with the power of faith and the hope that can keep us moving forward.

The King's Speech is Quietly Triumphant

In The King's Speech, there’s far more than meets the eye in this multi-layered story of a man who's reluctant to become King because of a humiliating speech impediment.

Don't Bother Booking a Trip for Gulliver's Travels

Based very loosely on the classic novel, Gulliver's Travels borrows from Jack Black's rather limited supply of potty humor shenanigans and hopes that'll suffice.

Grief Movingly Portrayed in Rabbit Hole

Not only is it an honest portrayal of how people respond to grief so differently, but it also serves as an important reminder that pat answers aren't always the best medicine.

Something of Substance Revealed in Somewhere

Sofia Coppola's Somewhere takes a long time to get anywhere. But don't be surprised if, weeks later, you find yourself thinking about the film and its depiction of a wayward soul.

Dreary Deathly Hallows Won't Win New Fans

The best that can be said for this first half of Deathly Hallows is that it's unlikely to displease fans who have committed themselves to reading and seeing the other Harry Potter tales.

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