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Change-Up, The

Hoping for Freaky Friday? Then you’ll want to opt out. The Change-Up plants this body-swap premise squarely in hard-R territory.

 
Changing Lanes

Revenge, forgiveness and a little kindness make for a provocative film.

 
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

If you’re not a fan of director Tim Burton and you'd rather skip strange, distorted creepiness, and questionable, off-color sexual allusions, you'll want to pass on "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" and opt for something a bit lighter this summer.

 
Charlie Bartlett

Charlie Bartlett is a well-made, funny but sad, targeted look at the very real emotions that plague our children. It is an enlightening case study on the cynicism, meaninglessness, relativism, disillusionment with authority, and desperate search for authenticity that teens deal with daily.

 
Charlie St. Cloud

The trouble with Charlie St. Cloud is that the screenplay tries to be so many things (part Field of Dreams, part The Sixth Sense, part The Notebook), that it doesn't do anything particularly well, including generating the necessary waterworks to win over its target demographic.

 
Charlie Wilson's War

Charlie Wilson’s War is a fascinating story of insider politics and war, but unfortunately the movie has an R rating for nudity and violence. It could easily have been toned down to a PG-13 and had a much wider audience.

 
Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

Once I let go and gave myself permission to enjoy this movie, I laughed and had a good time thinking, "how did they DO that?" while watching most of the scenes. Some of the special effects are almost unbelievable and the action is so fast paced that it doesn't feel real (because it's not).

 
Charlotte's Web

With a mix of live animals and CG-assisted animatronics and a well-chosen cast of voices, especially Julia Roberts as Charlotte, Steve Buscemi, the perfect choice for Templeton the rat and 10-year-old Dominic Scott Kay in the key role of Wilbur, "Charlotte's Web" is just as entertaining as inspiring.

  • Christa Banister |
  • December 22, 2006 |
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Chasing Liberty

Is she, or isn’t she a Christian? That’s the question many will be asking after seeing Mandy Moore’s latest film, "Chasing Liberty." Certainly, her skinny-dipping, premarital sex, lies and the abundant sexuality in the film will leave many wondering about this popular star’s alleged faith.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • January 09, 2004 |
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Chasing Mavericks

Even those not interested in surfing won’t mind spending two hours in the company of these characters because they feel so true to life.

  • Christa Banister |
  • October 26, 2012 |
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Che

A work of rigor and discipline, Che stands as a major achievement from a very talented filmmaker—not a traditional Hollywood entertainment or biopic, but a film that captures a revolutionary spirit far better than it does the essence of any one man.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 16, 2009 |
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Cheaper by the Dozen

The pairing of Bonnie Hunt and Steve Martin is a natural recipe for fun and laughter, as the two never fail to bring a laugh to almost every scene. Their talents, combined with a talented cast of kids of all ages, make for lots of levity and laughs.

 
Cheaper by the Dozen 2

Unlike “Yours, Mine, and Ours,” with its incessant, frantic antics, “Cheaper by the Dozen 2” has plenty of warmth and heart among its funny shticks. Though Steve Martin and other actors are downright goofy at times, it is tempered by carefully constructed moments of relatable family drama and adventure.

 
Chef

If you’re a foodie in need of a funny movie, then this warm-hearted winner is the movie for you.

 
Cheri

Chéri is a period-piece about shallow, immoral and deceptive people, yet its ultimate observations are deep, its resolution moral, and its strength is in how deceptively it reaches those conclusions.

 
Chicago

I love musicals and I'm thrilled when I hear Hollywood is attempting to make another one because I believe a younger generation needs to see them. But this time around I was disappointed.

 
Chicken Little

Though “Chicken Little” provides a great opportunity for family discussion about communication, trust, and unconditional love, it’s mix of heavy themes and alien chases should categorize it as "wait for video."

 
Children of Men

Alfonso Cuarón’s Children of Men tells a story of a woman with child, societal prejudice, and hope for a better tomorrow. But unlike the Bible’s nativity story, this account is set in the future, where the concern is physical, rather than spiritual.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 25, 2006 |
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Chimpanzee

With a plot twist worthy of a Dickens novel, God clearly writes the story in Disneynature’s new Chimpanzee wildlife documentary.

 
Chorus, The

It’s the little French film that could. Released almost a year ago in Europe, “The Chorus” outsold “Harry Potter” at the French box office. And now, this small-budget film by a novice director may just win the Oscar for Best Foreign Film.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • January 28, 2005 |
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