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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

What goes down in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 won’t likely sway anyone who’s been on the fence.

 
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Perhaps this fourth movie in the "Harry Potter" series will be the one that compels us to ask why we would put this material into our children’s heads. As I looked around the theater and saw little children dressed as wizards, watching one horror after another on the big screen, my heart broke for the sheer lack of parental discernment.

 
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

Juxtaposing a far more ominous tone with the clumsy romantic entanglements of its teenage protagonists, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is easily the funniest, darkest and most ambitious film of the successful series.

 
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

In all the Harry Potter movies, witchcraft, wizardry, magic, spells and fleshly power look very appealing. The Order of the Phoenix stays away from some of the more overt dark images and teaches (whether intentionally or not) some interesting spiritual lessons.

 
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Most of the media are calling the third and latest installment in the Harry Potter series “dark.” They aren’t kidding. It emphasizes the occult far more and its plot – pursuit by a convicted murderer – is scary.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • June 04, 2004 |
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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

On Harry's 11th birthday, he discovers he's destined for the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The well-made film sets a new standard for children's movies.

 
Hart's War

This introspective look at life in a POW camp shows prisoners behaving as soldiers even as they deal with racial prejudice and relevant social issues of the day.

 
Haunted Mansion, The

In a season that is known for spreading joy and holiday cheer, why would you want to scare your kids or give them images of ghouls and skeletons to dance in their heads? Go see “Elf” instead.

 
Haywire

Director Steven Soderbergh leaves the art house far behind for this well-executed action film of a private contractor wronged.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 20, 2012 |
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Head of State

Save your money and your time! This is one of those comedies that might have been funnier had it been released at a different time. But when our nation is looking to our president for wartime leadership and wisdom, it seems almost disrespectful and sort of a slap-in-the-face to have a movie that mocks the whole system.

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Heartbreak Kid, The

In The Heartbreak Kid, all the Farrelly Brothers seem to be concerned about is pushing the proverbial envelope and taking potshots against marriage, which makes the film merely a rude and crude excuse to exercise the full limits of the “R” rating.

  • Christa Banister |
  • October 05, 2007 |
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Heat, The

Laughs are consistent and abundant in this all-female take on the cop buddy genre. So are the f-bombs and misuses of God's name.

 
Heist

The theme of this movie is "crime pays" if you're cool and smart enough to come up with a clever plan. The bad guys aren't portrayed as bad. Instead, their crimes are portrayed as a "professional choice," and their criminal behavior is dignified because they get away with the crime.

 
Hellboy 2: The Golden Army

Fans of Director Guillermo del Toro’s other films will detect a certain sameness to some of the creatures shown in Hellboy II. It also lags a little with special effects taking prominence over story and character development.

 
Help, The

Based on Kathryn Stockett’s bestseller, The Help is by turns hilarious and horrifying, but ultimately it’s a story of hope.

 
Her

Could it be that the most acclaimed movie of 2013 about human relationships is a story about a man's love for an operating system?

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 24, 2013 |
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Herbie: Fully Loaded

Fast-moving “Herbie: Fully Loaded” is adorable with its campy, sometimes slapstick humor which will appeal to very young children with its silly antics. Teens will enjoy stars Lindsay Lohan and Justin Long, while adults will likely remember ‘80s heartthrob, Matt Dillon, and will enjoy seeing Michael Keaton again.

 
Here Comes the Boom

As usual, the spirit and charm of a Kevin James performance has a way of making the time go by easy with a smile on your face.

 
Hereafter

While celebrated director Clint Eastwood certainly has a knack for choosing compelling thematic hooks for his films, Hereafter, like last year's plodding, passion-starved Invictus, is simply too hollow, hokey and one-sided to make any sort of lasting impact.

  • Christa Banister |
  • October 22, 2010 |
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He's Just Not That into You

Considering that the source material was a relatively short, best-selling self-help book, He's Just Not That into You serves as an insightful yet equally disturbing barometer of our culture's perspective on relationships.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 06, 2009 |
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