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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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Little Miss Sunshine

Much about this independent film is formulaic and clichéd. But brilliant acting by a colorful cast has deservedly won the film high marks from critics.

Live Free or Die Hard

Proving that 50+ is apparently the new 30, Bruce Willis’ John McClane may be a dinosaur in the digital age; but he’s still got the killer instincts and witty comebacks in the face of many, many dangers in Live Free or Die Hard.

Lizzie McGuire Movie, The

Refreshingly tame compared to Britney Spear's disastrous "Crossroads" which was targeted at the same generation, "The Lizzie McGuire Movie" supports healthy themes and star Hilary Duff is a great role model for younger girl fan clubs ... so far.


Steven Knight proves himself a fine director, and Tom Hardy lays claim to serious awards consideration for his controlled performance.

Lone Ranger, The (2013)

The last half-hour is exactly what we want a summer movie to be, but we have to sit through two hours of utter tedium to get there.

Lone Survivor

Berg's thematic explorations of courage, fear, integrity and sacrifice feel like introspective meditations rather than formulaic beats.

Longest Yard, The

Boy, has the word “comedy” changed during the past 30 years. I discovered this when I went to rent the original, made in 1974. What was a drama with a happy ending is now slapstick silliness, usually with a lot of off-color jokes. And in the case of Adam Sandler, it also means lots of perversion.

Longshots, The

If someone would’ve told me that rapper Ice Cube and Limp Bizkit front man Fred Durst would one day team up for an inspirational, family-friendly movie such as The Longshots, I wouldn’t have believed them.

Lookout, The

The Lookout is simply a different kind of thriller—one that has an indie feel to it, with lots of time spent on character development. For those who prefer the standard Hollywood genre thriller, it’s sure to disappoint.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • March 30, 2007 |
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Looney Tunes: Back in Action

This is one of those movies that will probably entertain your little ones and may even amuse your older kids (ages 8 to 10), but you’ll be exhausted with all of the silliness. Watching a cartoon at home in your living room for a few minutes is far different than sitting in a theater being bombarded with 80 minutes worth.


I can't tell you if Looper will become a classic or not, but man, it sure feels like one.

  • Jeffrey Huston |
  • September 28, 2012 |
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Lord of the Rings, The: Return of the King

Peter Jackson, the “King of Trilogies,” delivers a royal reward that is triumphant in every way! With an amazing cast, incredible creatures, impressive sets, jaw-dropping battles and realistic special effects, Jackson has raised the bar for audience expectations and has forever changed the way we view sequels.

Lord of the Rings, The: The Fellowship of the Ring

This first film of a planned trilogy is an impressive movie with unusual looking characters, lavish scenes, breathtaking locations, incredible digitized scenery, amazing and terrifying special effects, storybook villages and a musical score that beautifully ties it all together.

Lord of the Rings, The: The Two Towers

This is an incredible fantasy, sci-fi, adventure epic filled with elaborate sets, grotesque creatures, beautiful New Zealand countryside, a superb ensemble of talented actors, and some of the most amazing special effects and battle scenes you've ever seen!

Lord Save Us from Your Followers

The brainchild of author-filmmaker Dan Merchant, Lord, Save Us from Your Followers aims to spark conversation about ways to win hearts rather than merely arguments. As believers, we need to step back and listen to how we sound to the rest of the world.

Losers, The

Written by Peter Berg and James Vanderbilt and based on a series of comic books, The Losers wants to pay homage to its comic roots but never gives us a reason to care about its characters or to believe this story needed a big-screen adaptation.

Lost Medallion, The

Certainly a step in the right direction for the family-friendly genre, but the movie's broad approach holds it back in the end.

Love & Other Drugs

Part Love Story, part Up in the Air with a smidge of the satirical spirit of Thank You for Smoking, Love & Other Drugs never quite knows what it is, and the story ultimately suffers for it. Truth be told, bothering to label it "good" is probably too strong of praise.

  • Christa Banister |
  • November 24, 2010 |
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Love Guru, The

Be warned: The Love Guru is far worse than you think. In fact, the only “comedy” that slightly edges it out in terms of truly lowbrow, adolescent boy humor was the recent barely-seen stoner flick, Strange Wilderness.

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