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League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, The

This flick has an interesting premise as it incorporates characters from literature who come together and use their powers or talents to save the day. I enjoyed the amazing special effects showing buildings, gadgets and gizmos from nineteenth century Europe and other countries.

 
Leap Year

In what's basically a remake of Frank Capra's It Happened One Night set in the always-photogenic Irish countryside, Amy Adams and Matthew Goode do manage some winsome chemistry a la Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert in Leap Year.

  • Christa Banister |
  • January 08, 2010 |
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Leatherheads

Taking its cues from fast-talking screwball comedies of years past, Leatherheads is a sports-themed battle of the sexes that largely succeeds because of the chemistry of its leads—George Clooney and Renée Zellweger.

 
Leaves of Grass

Despite boasting a sharp and consistent wit and laugh-out-loud moments, Leaves of Grass is not for the faint of heart. Ultimately, this is a graphic morality tale about the extreme lengths people will go to for money, the consequences of greed, and the fatal ends of trying to control situations within sinful pursuits that we never really could control to begin with.

 
Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde

I don't think I laughed as hard at this movie as I did "Legally Blonde," but admittedly it's hard to capture that initial "novelty" in a sequel. This time around, Reese Witherspoon's character discovers a cause that can help animals and pursues justice to help that cause.

 
Legend of Hercules, The

If only it had been clever. Or well-acted. Or better conceived. As is, it's even worse than you might expect.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • January 10, 2014 |
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Legend of Johnny Lingo, The

Look for this film to open in your area and take all ages to see this precious and touching family -friendly story. It affirms faith in God who has a hand on our lives, hope in situations that seem hopeless and shows forgiveness and mercy given for people who seem like they don’t deserve it.

 
Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole

In tying together multiple books, director Zack Snyder and screenwriters John Orloff and Emil Stern pack in too much and too little—too many characters in a plot that tries to cover too much ground for its 90-minute running time, leaving its characters and ideas underdeveloped.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • September 24, 2010 |
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Legend of Zorro, The

An action-packed, swashbuckling movie, "The Legend of Zorro" extols family, honor and heroism. While ten-year-old actor Adrian Alonso steals the show, aging-but-dashing Antonio Banderas and his delightful chemistry with the strong and beautiful Catherine Zeta-Jones is still entertaining.

 
Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return

Begins with some of the most charming opening credits you've ever seen... and it's pretty much all downhill from there.

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Lego Movie, The

This rapid-fire laugh machine is a wildly inventive, highly enjoyable and thoroughly entertaining family film when we least expect it.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • February 07, 2014 |
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Lemony Snicket

It is quite the clever film, and it is not surprising that the 11 books in the series, upon which this movie is based, were not only the first to knock Harry Potter off the top of the New York Times children’s bestseller list, but have also remained there for more than 600 weeks combined, having sold more than 27 million copies worldwide.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • December 17, 2004 |
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Les Misérables (1935)

This film has it all! The performances are first-rate, and Richard Boleslawski’s direction is so impeccable that the Broadway musical follows the movement of the film virtually frame by frame.

 
Les Misérables (2012)

If Crowe and Jackman's characters were allowed to communicate through dialogue, rather than song, it probably would've worked better.

  • Christa Banister |
  • December 24, 2012 |
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Let Me In

Director Matt Reeves has taken the original Swedish film, Let the Right One In, moved the setting to 1983 New Mexico, and has crafted a beautifully realized film about the uncertainties and loneliness of adolescence. It also explicitly raises the idea that evil is quite real—although not always in the places we might think.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • October 04, 2010 |
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Letters From Iwo Jima

Honor and duty are noble callings, but what are we to make of them when they’re put to ends with which we disagree? Clint Eastwood’s “Letters From Iwo Jima” forces us to consider the humanity and dignity of people who fight against America.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 19, 2007 |
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Letters to God

Letters to God might not be the most cinematic film viewers will see this year, but it's a faith-affirming story competently told. Viewers tired of having their beliefs assaulted whenever they watch a movie will take comfort in this production, which, for a change, affirms what they believe and demonstrates the power of their shared faith.

 
Letters to Juliet

Even with a breathtaking Italian backdrop, a nod to one of literature's favorite tragic love stories (Romeo and Juliet) and not one, but two, love stories packed into an hour and a half, Letters to Juliet is still only a notch above mediocre.

 
Levity

Director Ed Solomon has written and directed a masterpiece that will touch every person who sees it and hopefully change lives. "Levity" is proof that sometimes films with the best "Christian" message are the ones that never intended to be them in the first place.

 
Liberal Arts

As indies go, it's a softball right down the middle. For all the nitpicks, it’s saved by an undeniable charm.

  • Jeffrey Huston |
  • September 14, 2012 |
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