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Digital touches and extra scenes only add to the pleasures of this classic film.

Eagle Eye

Director D.J. Caruso and star Shia LaBeouf have paired up again for Eagle Eye, a techno thriller that tries to meld social critique with popcorn thrills. The result is an unsettled and unsatisfying mix that gets by on the energy of some breathless action sequences until it resolves the film’s central mystery.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • September 26, 2008 |
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Earth to Echo

A shallow slog of a movie that never delivers the magic, fun or creativity of all the films (E.T., The Goonies, etc.) it aspires to be.

Eastern Promises

With its excessive violence, sex, voyeurism, language and dark worldview, Eastern Promises is a film that takes moviegoers in a very sad direction. All families should walk away from this one. Fast!

Eat Pray Love

That we are to be moved by the big-screen version of Elizabeth Gilbert's yearlong journey of self-discovery in Eat Pray Love is absurd. That the memoir on which it's based (and is reverent to) has become a phenomenon is downright disturbing.

Edge of Darkness

Did you enjoy Mel Gibson in Payback or Ransom? He's on that level in Edge of Darkness. It's a decent comeback, if those movies are your idea of a good time. But it's truncated rather than taut, sluggish rather than satisfying, and dull rather than edgy.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 29, 2010 |
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Edge of Tomorrow

Visceral and intelligent high-concept thrill-ride rigorously earns the accolade: "If you see only one movie this summer, see this."

Education, An

In addition to an old-fashioned love story complete with a gloriously throwback aesthetic, An Education poses the age-old question of which educational experiences are really the most important: what happens in the classroom or in "the real world."

  • Christa Banister |
  • November 11, 2009 |
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Eight Below

Predictability and willing suspension of disbelief are forgivable if there is an element of overriding tenderness. In the case of “Eight Below,” there certainly is. A sweet love story and charming comic relief draw the audience to forgive the corny predictability and drawn out sequences of dogs acting like selfless humans.

Eight Legged Freaks

Eight Legged Freaks has flair and scares, but it can't compete with other grade-"A" choices.

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I can’t say enough good things about this movie! I’ve seen it twice, and I laughed as hard the second time as I did the first! I consider this to be the perfect holiday present for the whole family!

Elizabeth: The Golden Age

Elizabeth: The Golden Age is a fascinating, nearly perfect film. It’s always wonderful to tie history to entertainment, and the history of Europe in the 1500s is very exciting. The movie unfolds the age-old conflict between Protestants and Catholics, and shows how each side is praying for victory.


"Elizabethtown" could have used much more focus on the subjects of God and eternal destiny. But its good-natured look at characters coping with grief and loss results in enough laughter and memorable moments to compensate for its narrative shortcomings.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • October 14, 2005 |
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Despite the socialistic sermonizing, this brainy thrill-ride is smartly constructed in a manner reminiscent of Christopher Nolan.

Emperor's Club, The

Bravo for a movie that reminds all of us that living our lives with purpose and examining our moral and ethical behavior in the choices we make, ultimately affects others around us. The Emperor's Club is brilliant!


Enchanted is a completely adorable, delightful movie whose packed screening audience of little girls ages four to fourteen gave it a rousing applause at the end. The story wraps up in a compelling way, hinting that the good life just might be a healthy mix of both seasoned reality and fairy tale dreams.

End of the Spear

Filmmakers like Bill Ewing understand that audiences love watching true stories packed with drama, danger, intrigue, and spiritual inspiration. "End of the Spear" will likely attract scores of families who want to so inspire their children to make a sacrificial impact in this life.

Ender’s Game

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 |
  • November 01, 2013 |
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Endless Love (2014)

Even a sucker for a good sappy tale won't find much to love in the hollow story of a ridiculous couple in a frowned-upon love affair.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 14, 2014 |
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May be for you if you enjoy deciphering the inner workings of the subconscious, but be prepared to explore some very dark places.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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