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Little, If Any, Payoff With Friends With Money

When I watched Nicole Kidman's Oscar-winning turn in The Hours back in 2002, I'd officially witnessed the most vacant, depressing and seemingly never-ending flick for which I ever shelled out eight bucks. Now, minus the money spent for admission, I've seen a movie that doesn't rank far behind.

Your Heart Will Go On Despite Disaster in Poseidon

Even though it’s common knowledge that “Poseidon” is a remake of the early-70s film “The Poseidon Adventure,” it’s difficult not to compare this ship-sinking adventure to that other disaster classic which won all the Oscars.

Warped Worldview Proves Problematic for Just My Luck

A city girl with a charmed life meets a bumbling guy who can’t get his act together, and a chance kiss causes them to swap fortunes. The premise is fresh, lending itself to lots of great gags, but it also makes for a lot of worldview issues for Christian moviegoers.

The Road's Bumpy, But RV Will Still Make You Laugh

In what’s essentially a cleaner, PG remake of the classic Vacation series for the iPod generation, can a road trip bring a family closer together? Well, minus the RV, it always seemed to work wonders for the Griswolds.

Greed and Guilt Power a Slick "Inside Man"

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 08, 2006 |
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Protect Yourself Against "Firewall"

Consider this review a “firewall” — a form of protection keeping you from the new Harrison Ford movie of the same name. Directed by Richard Loncraine, "Firewall" goes from the formulaic to the preposterous before limping to a violent but predictable conclusion.

Pain, Mystery, Grace Create Powerful Mosaic in Freedomland

Its everything 2005’s Crash wanted to be but wasn't. Crackling with racial tension, suspense and two dynamite lead performances, this 113-minute book adaptation delivers on-the-money drama.

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