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License to Wed

License to Wed only gets more ridiculous as the minutes tick by, leaving you wonder why a film so bad would be green-lighted in the first place. It’s also a horrible endorsement for marriage and ministers alike, as neither are portrayed in a flattering light.

 
Life As We Know It

In Life As We Know It, the latest rom-com to hit theaters, the combined charms of Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel, plus a little help from an adorable baby, ultimately elevates what could've been a big-screen sitcom gone seriously wrong.

  • Christa Banister |
  • October 08, 2010 |
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Life Before Her Eyes, The

The Life Before Her Eyes suggests potent themes, but settles for a surface resolution that feels like a gimmick. In the end, it is reduced to a third-rate M. Night Shyamalan twist rather than rising to the largely unexplored Bergman-esque spiritual drama at its core.

 
Life of David Gale, The

Kevin Spacey is brilliant in this interesting murder mystery that relies on a surprise ending with a shocking twist. It makes it worth wading through the anti-death penalty propaganda and lengthy fact-building beginning (it's still only 130 minutes but feels longer).

 
Life of Pi

Spectacularly brings to life a popular modern story. But in doing so, distorts, compromises and sells out the greatest story ever told.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • November 21, 2012 |
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Life or Something Like It

Some witty dialogue makes for a light but ultimately unsatisfying comedy.

 
Like Crazy

What is love once a relationship’s initial heat cools into the long-term commitment a young couple thinks they want?

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • November 04, 2011 |
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Like Mike

It's not a slam dunk, but it's a nice lay-up.

 
Lilo & Stitch

Once I got into the story, heard the darling voice of Lilo, listened to the clever way the story uses Elvis music and discovered that the main themes of the story are the importance of family and loyalty to loved ones, it was hard not to enjoy Lilo and Stitch.

 
Limitless

Part anti-drug message movie, part paranoid thriller and part star vehicle, Limitless is only partly enjoyable.

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Lincoln

No stilted caricature, Spielberg humanizes this beloved leader without placing him on too high of a pedestal in the process.

  • Christa Banister |
  • November 15, 2012 |
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Lincoln Lawyer, The

Stellar casting, an intriguing setting, a well-chosen soundtrack and a compelling debate elevate The Lincoln Lawyer.

 
Linsanity

What really sets Linsanity apart from other documentaries is the presence of faith basketball star Jeremy Lin gives to his interviews.

 
Lion King 3D, The (2011)

Still a memorable story 17 years later, The Lion King in 3D format does little, if anything, to improve upon the original.

  • Christa Banister |
  • September 16, 2011 |
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Lions for Lambs

Though it has a star-studded cast, Lions for Lambs is a heavy-handed, low budget, political lecture that, mercifully, only lasts about ninety minutes. When movies like this come out around election time, we should realize that such timing is quite intentional.

  • Eric & Lisa Rice |
  • November 09, 2007 |
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Little Bit of Heaven, A

In addition to a paper-thin plotline and a made-for-TV feel, there’s not a single laugh in all 106 minutes—a new rom-com record.

 
Little Black Book

Most of this film’s humor centers around sex and the sordid subjects of talk shows. However, the “morals” the film preaches (like trusting the man you’re sleeping with, even though he’s lying about the time he spends with ex-girlfriends, and not prying, and being a faithful friend) are superficial at best.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • August 06, 2004 |
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Little Children

Little Children is the first movie of the fall to lay claim to awards consideration. The acting, is impeccable, and the direction is visually spot-on. However, the film includes explicit sexuality, images of online pornography and episodes of sexual disorder that go further than needed.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • November 03, 2006 |
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Little Fockers

The third—and, let's hope, final—chapter in the series about Greg and Pam Focker fails to bring on the humor with one of the lowest laughs-to-attempted-jokes ratios in recent memory.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 22, 2010 |
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Little Manhattan

“Little Manhattan” is not a film that offers profound insights into life, but it does remind us that sometimes, answers are much easier than we think. It will also take you back to that terrible, wonderful time when you were just starting to discover – and believe in – love, for the very first time.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • April 04, 2006 |
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