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A -Team, The

No, The A-Team is not a mentally stimulating movie, nor is it particularly creative, artistic, or complicated. Sure, the characters are one-dimensional, the story's been done, and the plot twists are predictable. But who cares? It's fun.

 
Abandon

No matter what movie Katie Holmes is in she can't seem to escape playing the same character with a crooked smile and that permanent 'angst' expression she sports in most of her roles.

 
About a Boy

About a Boy is funny, sweet and poignant -- everything a good comedy should be.

 
About Last Night (2014)

If your idea of romantic comedy is that profanity equals hilarity, drunkenness equals happiness and sex equals love, this is for you.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • February 14, 2014 |
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About Schmidt

I have to admit that the biggest reason to see this movie is to watch Jack Nicholson "be Jack"--you won't be disappointed. Nicholson has made an art form out of a simple look or stare, and his deadpan delivery has never been funnier.

 
About Time

There are some films you instantly become passionate about – a great romance especially. This wants to be one of those movies. It's not.

 
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

Never finds the right balance between historical send-up and serious historical drama.

 
Across the Universe

If you’re looking for a straightforward narrative—and musicals aren’t your thing—you’ll want to bypass Across the Universe. But if you’re a big Beatles fan and love all things ‘60s, this is definitely worth the trip. Goo goo g’joob.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • September 14, 2007 |
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Act of Valor

Call it what you will, this is a stirring, patriotic depiction of men who carry out dangerous missions on behalf of their country.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • February 24, 2012 |
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Adam

Formulaic to a fault, indie-romance Adam is clearly headed in one direction. It over-dramatizes milquetoast conflicts while offering up almost zero surprises en route to a predictable conclusion. Well, until a complete U-turn at the end.

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Adjustment Bureau, The

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.

 
Admission

While most of the marketing suggests that it’s a charming romantic comedy with two likeable leads, that’s really only half of the story.

 
Adventureland

Adventureland captured me as strongly as any film I've seen in a long time. Disparage its R-rated content if you must (and I wouldn't disparage anyone in return who would), but there is an authentic core to this nostalgic story that can't be denied.

 
Adventures of Tintin, The

Moviegoers might think of Steven Spielberg’s great Raiders of the Lost Ark, a film with an adventurous spirit that Tintin also shares.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 21, 2011 |
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African Cats

Just in time for Earth Day and filmed entirely in the wild in the Masai Mara in Kenya, Disneynature's African Cats introduces us to families of cheetahs, lions and maybe a crocodile or two.

 
After Earth

At heart, a father-son story in which a young man is called upon to put dad's lessons into action. Not complex, but largely satisfying.

 
Agent Cody Banks

I see sequel written all over this movie and deservedly so! It's fun to watch with an interesting plot, great character portrayals, lots of action, incredible special effects and gadgets and fun nods to the adults by sneaking in references to Dr. Strangelove, Star Wars, Barbarella, Moonraker and Goldfinger.

 
Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London

In his second time out as Agent Cody Banks, Frankie Muniz is okay, but I predict an upcoming nosedive for his career. Maybe success, dating and Porsche-driving have jaded the 18-year-old star of “Malcolm in the Middle” too much for him to maintain the boyish charm of his hit movie, “My Dog Skip.”

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • March 15, 2004 |
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Ain't Them Bodies Saints

A truly beautiful film about an outlaw, but one can’t shake the feeling that it's the exhaustive visual equivalent of a sad country song.

 
Air I Breathe, The

Unfortunately, the acting isn’t enough to save this film, which views like an off-kilter copycat of Crash with lesser production values. Not really worth the effort, even if you can stomach the violence.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • January 25, 2008 |
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