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Illusionist, The

Not all it could be, but it has one big trick up its sleeve — and it’s a doozy. Is it magic, manipulation, or a little of both? If it’s judged to be the former, the film will prove rewarding; if the latter, the film will feel like a cheat.

I'm in Love with a Church Girl

Suffers from a few trademark flaws that mar faith-based films, but succeeds in telling a story that will resonate with most audiences.

I'm Not There

Director Todd Haynes seems to be mirroring the confusion about Bob Dylan’s life by making this film so confusing. There is no plot, no chronology, and no thesis—save perhaps that there is no way to ever truly understand this man.

Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus, The

The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus is so bursting with visual wonders and ideas about faith and belief that one viewing can't do it justice. With only time for one viewing, this reviewer absorbed enough, however, to understand that, despite some memorable moments, the film is a disjointed mess.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 11, 2010 |
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Imagine That

Eddie Murphy’s previous efforts in family films have left a lot to be desired: stories really worth telling and a heartbeat beyond those gimmicky attempted laughs. Fortunately for Murphy, Imagine That has both in spades.


In the year 2079, much of Earth lives under a protective electromagnetic dome. Invaders from a distant solar system want to conquer Earth, sending alien replicants as assassins, equipped with bombs in their chests, to kill important political figures.

In Her Shoes

"In Her Shoes" asks us to root for familial happiness, responsibility and acceptance, while overlooking other ideals such as sexual morality. On those terms, the movie mostly succeeds, but the total package, even with a standout performance from Cameron Diaz, is less substantial than it might otherwise have been.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • October 07, 2005 |
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In the Bedroom

Parents wrestle with forgiveness and revenge after their son is murdered.

In the Face of Evil

"In the Face of Evil" will convince Reagan fans and conservatives about important but oft-neglected accomplishments of the Reagan administration, particularly as they pertain to his successful fight against communism. As for anyone else, however, I fear that the film’s rhetoric is far too melodramatic.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • October 27, 2004 |
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In the Land of Women

The trailer for “In the Land of Women” tries to convince us that this is a fun romantic comedy. It’s not. Rather it is a mostly depressing Lifetime-movie-of the-week story with all the brooding characters trying to “find themselves.”

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In the Valley of Elah

This left-wing propaganda film preaches the following message: If you are stupid enough to send your son to war in Iraq, there’s a high chance he will do drugs, torture the enemy for fun and turn so psychotic that he’ll learn to cooly murder his fellow soldiers for no good reason.

  • Eric & Lisa Rice |
  • September 21, 2007 |
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In Time

For all the clichéd dialogue about making time count, the filmmakers don’t make the most of their own opportunities In Time.

  • Christa Banister |
  • October 28, 2011 |
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Inception, the new film from director Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight, Memento) is complex, and its story about exploiting the dreams of others has rewards for those who can follow its story across multiple levels. But ultimately, it doesn't quite coalesce.

Incredible Burt Wonderstone, The

A few genuine laughs along the way as Carell's Burt tries to forge a path forward, but this film’s third act is truly a head-scratcher.

Incredible Hulk, The (2008)

Summer action movies are often nothing more than mindless explosions and special effects. Occasionally these popcorn flicks offer something a little deeper. With The Incredible Hulk, clearly the filmmakers are reaching for the latter... with mixed results.

Incredibles, The

While the plot is sound, The Incredibles nevertheless revolves around the traditional superhero scenario, although the aside – with the superheroes returning to ordinary existences – injects life into the tried-but-true model in Pixar's latest, top-notch animated film.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • November 09, 2004 |
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Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

It’s been 19 years since we’ve last seen Indiana Jones. And in the fourth installment of the popular film franchise, Harrison Ford actually seems rather inspired when he grabs his bullwhip and dons that legendary fedora.

Informant!, The

As whistle-blower Mark Whitacre in The Informant!, Matt Damon is 30 pounds heavier than he was as Jason Bourne in The Bourne Identity, so it's appropriate that The Informant! is a weightier film. But it ain't heavy.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • September 18, 2009 |
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Inglourious Basterds

Proving he's far more blood-thirsty than any of the vampires wholeheartedly embraced by pop culture these days, famed director Quentin Tarantino leaves no opportunity for over-the-top, gratuitous violence unturned in his latest work, Inglourious B*sterds.


Inkheart brings Cornelia Funke's much-loved novel to life without losing the glorious detail and character development in the process—an essential for great literature and an oft-neglected feature of many novels-turned-movies.

  • Christa Banister |
  • January 23, 2009 |
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