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Oblivion

For all its star power, futuristic talk and sci-fi imagery, the film is ponderous, mundane and ultimately forgettable.

 
Observe and Report

Observe and Report shares the boundary-breaking mentality of other R-rated comedies as of late: casual drug use and casual sex are par for the course, but its moments of outrageous humor ultimately take a back seat to the story’s darker underbelly.

 
Obvious Child

Dubbed "the abortion comedy," Obvious Child is about a young New York stand-up comic named Donna Stern who becomes pregnant.

 
Occasional Moments of Inspiration Mark Solid Son of God

A respectful telling of the life of Christ—perhaps too respectful—that, like so many other movies about Jesus, is a mostly solemn affair.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • February 28, 2014 |
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Ocean's 13

Director Steven Soderbergh’s latest film is not an “enormity of success,” but it is disappointing. An outrage? Not really, but that’s the disappointing aspect of Ocean’s Thirteen: It’s hard to care about it much at all.

 
Ocean's Eleven

The real crime committed by this movie is the two-dimensional nature of many of the performances.

 
Ocean's Twelve

I’m not really into Roman numeral movies. You know, “Halloween II, III and IV,” and all the others like them. So it was not with great expectations that I ventured to see “Ocean’s Twelve,” nor was I surprised when it did not live up to its predecessor. I just didn’t expect it to be so confusing.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • December 10, 2004 |
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October Baby

Politicians and preachers often try to put a face on it. But in October Baby, filmmakers have managed to literally put a face on abortion.

 
Odd Life of Timothy Green, The

Pushes its magicality almost to disbelief's breaking point, but a gifted cast helps the message go down like a spoonful of sugar.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 15, 2012 |
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Of Gods and Men

With war breaking out around them, a small band of monks in 1990s Algeria have to decide whether to stay or flee—a question that takes up most of this movie which is based on a true story.

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Old Dogs

Old Dogs could've used a few new tricks, namely a stronger, less-schmaltzy script, a more convincing friendship between protagonists played by John Travolta and Robin Williams, and well, a few more laughs that don't involve bodily functions.

  • Christa Banister |
  • November 25, 2009 |
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Oldboy (2013)

It's like a much darker, grittier Count of Monte Cristo without any pesky food for thought. It's also an apathetic waste of time.

  • Christa Banister |
  • November 27, 2013 |
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Oliver Twist

Acclaimed but notorious filmmaker Roman Polanski -- who resides outside the United States because of charges brought against him decades ago for having sex with a minor -- has directed one of this year’s finest family films in his adaptation of the Charles Dickens novel, "Oliver Twist."

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • September 30, 2005 |
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Olympus Has Fallen

Not the mindless action fun you've been hoping for. What makes the stupidity vile is the level of blood lust that fuels the good guy.

 
Once

This film’s plot is so sparse that the main characters don’t even have names. But that doesn’t matter at all. Once is a short, but straightforward, story about two people who are looking for love, though neither realizes it, and who live and view the world through music.

 
Ondine

Ondine, writer/director Neil Jordan's tale of personal healing and recovery, is more art house than mainstream crowd-pleaser, although the film eventually develops a bit of an identity crisis. What appeared to be a sure-footed, imaginative tale becomes something harder and more of a genre exercise.

 
One Day

This adaptation of David Nicholls’ novel shows that what worked well on the page doesn’t engage an audience on-screen.

 
One Direction: This is Us

In capturing a worldwide phenomenon, Morgan Spurlock clearly highlights the songs and what makes One Direction tick as people.

 
One for the Money

Adapted from a Janet Evanovich novel, One for the Money is every Garden State stereotype strung together by a go-nowhere plot.

  • Christa Banister |
  • January 30, 2012 |
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One Missed Call

One Missed Call takes the mortal consequences of cell-phone use to a new extreme, suggesting that the dead can use cell-phone technology to transmit messages and warnings to the living.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 07, 2008 |
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