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P.S. I Love You

From the opening scene of P.S. I Love You where Hilary Swank’s character gets in a fight with her hunky Irish husband (Gerard Butler), branching out to a different genre quickly turns sour for the actress—and fast.

  • Christa Banister |
  • December 21, 2007 |
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Pacific Rim

Had promise, considering del Toro, of being the rare big-budget film to fire on all cylinders, but alas, it's dumb, loud and predictable.

Pacifier, The

As with most family movies, the plot of this film isn’t going to win any awards for originality. “The Pacifier” is pretty much a rehashed version of films we’ve already seen, like “Kindergarten Cop” and “Mr. Nanny.” However, for the audience it is targeting, it works. And it’s funny.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • March 04, 2005 |
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Pain & Gain

Michael Bay's version of this true-crime story crashes and burns because, like Transformers, there’s no discernible human connection.

Painted Veil, The

The Painted Veil is one of those visual and cinematic masterpieces that we rarely see today. It’s uncomfortable, but it conveys how complex relationships—and emotions—truly are.

Panic Room

These days it's hard to make a unique thriller with plot points that surprise the audience, and even harder to make it scary when we know the main characters probably aren't going to die.

Pan's Labyrinth

Pan’s Labyrinth is a reminder that not all fairy tales are for children, and that imagination is something that can be kindled in adults, given the right material. This is one movie you won’t want to miss.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 19, 2007 |
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Paper Clips

A low-budget documentary made by relatively inexperienced filmmakers, "Paper Clips" not only eschews the labels about both Christians and Southerners, but broadens all parameters, flinging hope in every direction like millions of stars in the darkened sky. It is a film to touch the soul of anyone with a soul to be touched.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • September 08, 2004 |
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Doomed by predictability, but worst of all is the complete lack of suspense. Hopefully it won't hurt Harrison Ford with the Academy.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 19, 2013 |
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Paranormal Activity 2

Is there a broader point here? The filmmakers may be saving it for yet another sequel (which is sure to come), although after two films with the same style and approach to the material, one can't help but wonder if the filmmakers have figured out the point of their own story, or if they're just stringing viewers along.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • October 25, 2010 |
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There’s a wonderfully relevant message tucked inside this piece of stop-motion animation, but it's more geared towards adults than kids.

Parental Guidance

Every step is utterly predictable, but for those who like the same ol’ same ol’, this is relatively inoffensive and mildly fun.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 24, 2012 |
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The filmmakers have done justice to the novels, but that’s not to say you should rush out and rent it.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 26, 2013 |
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Passion of the Christ, The

Although many will recoil from its graphic nature, the horror that director Mel Gibson shows in this film is necessary for a true understanding of the sacrifice and the terrible cost that was paid when God sent his only Son to die. But that horror need not be in vain. Even as Jesus' crucifixion was replaced by the resurrection, so shall our horror be replaced by hope.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • February 25, 2004 |
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Paul Blart: Mall Cop

Kevin James can take the most standard comic scenarios and spin them into comedy. He can make anything funny and anyone laugh—and he does just that in Paul Blart: Mall Cop, one of the best of its kind since Tommy Boy.


If an abundance of sexual innuendo, sexual situations, and broad slapstick comedy are your idea of a good time, Peeples is for you.


What ultimately lifts Penelope from been-there-seen-that, “believing in yourself” status are the charming performances from leads Christina Ricci, James McAvoy—and even Penelope’s hideously superficial mother, played by Catherine O’Hara.

People Like Us

Its deft handling of complicated family situations makes People Like Us one of the best American films released so far this year.

Percy Jackson & the Olympians

At first blush, it's probably tempting to simply dismiss Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief as a poor man's Harry Potter. But the story, which is based on the first of author Rick Riordan's best-selling books for kids, definitely has its own action-adventure thing going on.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 12, 2010 |
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Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters

So poorly executed that it's safe to say all comparisons between Percy Jackson and Harry Potter will come to a screeching halt.

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