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More Clean Comedy on Thou Shalt Laugh! 5

Hosted by Chonda Pierce, Thou Shalt Laugh! 5 is clean comedy that won’t make you cringe or hit the "mute" button.

Beastly: A Tale as Old as Time, Updated

Beastly, a modern-day retelling of Beauty and the Beast, is a mostly sweet story in a prickly shell.

Season of the Witch Doesn't Slow Cage's Sad Slide

Nicolas Cage and director Dominic Sena have teamed up again for the torpid tale, Season of the Witch.

Fate Goes Nowhere in The Adjustment Bureau

On the poster, it suggests that you should “fight for your fate.” That eventually sets the stage for a lively debate about fate and free will that never happens.

Wimpy Kid Sequel Suffers from Stunted Growth

Like the transitional adolescent phase the story depicts, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, based on the book series by Jeff Kinney, is a bit awkward and unsettled.

Know This: Unknown Lacks Any Real Thrills

Unlike the Bourne trilogy, Unknown lifts the missing identity premise but doesn’t bother giving the audience a thrilling protagonist or at the very least, a great car chase scene.

Crudity and Cliché Found in Cedar Rapids

Striving to be a raunchy comedy with a heart of gold and despite sincere attempts at character development, Cedar Rapids ultimately undercuts its own potential and resorts to crudity and cliché.

The Scariest Part of Red Riding Hood is the Script

Apparently “the next big thing” is modernizing fairy tales. But not only is Red Riding Hood’s script virtually devoid of any charm, it’s wildly unfocused to boot.

No Surprises in Big-Budget Battle: Los Angeles

This big-budget invasion flick offers no surprises. But if you’re into this sort of thing, Battle: Los Angeles provides exactly what you’re looking for.

Kings of Crass Stoop Lower with Hall Pass

With Hall Pass, the Farrelly Brothers return to what they know best. If anything, the success of The Hangover has empowered them to dream up even dirtier jaw-dropping antics.

Timing Is Everything: Doing the Right Thing

Every day the front page news tells us this country is in an ethical free fall. It’s time to do the right thing.

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.

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