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News Flash: Anchorman 2 Full of Laughs

A goofy, unserious film that generates laugh after laugh, stopping well short of the raunch-fests that pass for movie comedies today.

Exciting Finale not Enough to Save Lumbering 47 Ronin

More often dull, listless, and unengaging than outright bad or painful to watch, though its Eastern witchcraft may be bothersome to some.

Walking with Dinosaurs is 'Awesome' in 3D

Feels like something you'd see at a good science museum. Dino-crazy youngsters will love it, and their parents won’t mind it either.

Lovable Loser Nobly Attempts Fatherhood in Delivery Man

Far more enjoyable and substantial than the trailer suggested, which is a win for anyone who hopes for more from a Vince Vaughn comedy.

Man's Depravity Knows No Bounds in The Wolf of Wall Street

In true Martin Scorsese fashion, The Wolf of Wall Street is yet another demented tale about Man at his most dark and depraved.

Disney Does it Again - Doubly - with Frozen

Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen" comes to life in a retelling that will have families laughing and singing, and hearts melting.

A Spoonful of Sharpness Helps the Sugar Go Down in Saving Mr. Banks

Seems to serve as a family-friendly version of the art vs. commerce debate, but also packs an emotional and thematic wallop.

American Hustle: Stylish, Well-Acted... and Surprisingly Empty

A largely improvisational effort that ultimately highlights what director David O. Russell cares about the most: interesting characters.

Imperfect Mandela Boasts Worthy Performances and Ideals

Takes a lionizing and fairly standard look at the life of the South African revolutionary, contextualizing debated aspects of his life.

It's Hard to Get Inside Llewyn Davis, but It's Worthwhile

We're used to stories about dreams come true. This folk tale of folk music is the story of one that doesn't which toys with reasons why.

The Book Thief is Pretty but often Painful to Watch

For any who see the film before reading the exceptional novel it's based on, a helpful tip is not to judge the book by the movie.

Homefront Nothing More Than a Momentary Diversion

Takes up the slot for those looking for a bone-breaking, pitchfork-stabbing, explosion-laden spectacle in their moviegoing.

Catching Fire Trumps its Predecessor in Every Possible Way

Under a new director, deeper themes lurk beneath the disturbing surface story of this sequel to offer a surprisingly relevant takeaway.

12 Years a Slave the Definitive Slavery Film

We’ve seen slavery depicted on film before, but not like this, comparable to the depths Spielberg plunged us to in Schindler’s List.

Revenge is Anything but Sweet in Garishly Violent Oldboy

It's like a much darker, grittier Count of Monte Cristo without any pesky food for thought. It's also an apathetic waste of time.

Simple Story, Visual Mastery Mark Mesmerizing Gravity

Your response to this movie will depend on which element of filmmaking—originality, characters, or performances—means the most to you.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • February 25, 2014 |
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Enjoy Thor: The Dark World for What it is: Mindless Fun

This is not a message movie, not a film that makes us better people. This one is just for fun. And what a lot of fun it is.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • February 25, 2014 |
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Black and White Nebraska Manages Colorful Warmth

It's a story about aging, dignity and greed, but it excels most as a simple father/son story.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • February 25, 2014 |
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Grace Unplugged Hits a Few of the Right Notes

A heartwarming message and strong production values are bogged down by an unnecessary dichotomy between faith and using our talents.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 11, 2014 |
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Ender’s Game is Beautiful, Beguiling and a Bit of a Headscratcher

Despite getting bogged down in details that don't always add up, one can't ignore its greatest strength: plenty of fascinating big ideas.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 11, 2014 |
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