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Life Lessons from Woody Allen

Crud Outweighs Character in "The Ant Bully"

There is something mechanical about "The Ant Bully," and the writers seem to rely heavily on scatological humor to juice up their formulaic script. My eleven-year-old son insists that “Kids love that stuff, Mom." But anyone over eleven might wish they had held out for “Barnyard,” which opens in theaters next week.

Lady in the Water Not a Typical Shyamalan Splash

Although not quite on par with some of M. Night Shyamalan's earlier work, Lady in the Water is the only one of this director's films that might be appropriate for older children. Not a rigorous workout, it's a nice dip during the arid summer moviegoing season.

Rated "R" for Religion?

Not Even Owen Wilson Can Save "Dupree" From Being a Dud

You, Me and Dupree

Pirates 2 - Dead Man's Chest Contains a Few Jewels

Open up Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, and what do you find? A few pearls of laughter and some gem performances amid the rot of a second film in a planned trilogy that goes on much too long, then makes no effort to provide a satisfying ending.

Obsession with Meaningless Satirized in The Devil Wears Prada

The Devil Wears Prada gives the 99 percent of us regular folks a humorous, insightful, satirical glimpse into the world of those obsessed by and enslaved to the colossal business of high fashion.

The Second Coming of Superman

It's a bird! It's a plane! No, wait ... it's Jesus! At least that’s what some Christians are seeing in the long-anticipated Superman Returns, which flies into theaters this week, after decades of failed attempts at sequels.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • June 26, 2006 |
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Click Desperately Needs an "Off" Button

Click is a comedy about a universal remote control purchased at Bed, Bath & Beyond. Isn't that hilarious? That tells you all you need to know about this abysmal excuse for a film, but if you need more information, read on.

Stretchy Pants Save the Day In Very Funny Nacho Libre

Who knew that a friar, moonlighting as a wrestler in unflattering stretchy pants and a homemade cape, could help save a mostly unfunny summer at the movies?

Mom's the Boss in Animal Planet's Meerkat Manor

Perhaps father knew best back in the '50s, but in the 21st century world of mammals known as "meerkats," it seems that mom is the boss. Find out more in Animal Planet's new reality/docu-drama series Meerkat Manor, premiering Friday night, June 9.

The Break-Up Clocks in at 100 Minutes Too Long

If it wasn't for the few minutes here and there of comedic chemistry of Swingers co-stars Vince Vaughn and Jon Favreau or a hilarious impromptu rendition of Yes' "Owner of a Lonely Heart," The Break-Up wouldn’t have been funny at all.

"Last" X-Men Stands Strong

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