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Perfect Game, The

Based on a true story, The Perfect Game isn't exactly a revelation in the narrative department. But what eventually elevates it from your standard-issue baseball flick are its underlying themes and winning performances from the leads.

 
Perfect Score, The

“The SAT isn’t about who you are. It’s about who you’ll be,” says the lead character in “The Perfect Score,” Paramount’s latest film about a group of high school seniors who plot to steal the answers for a perfect 1600 on the SAT. Does it work? The answer depends on your perspective.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • January 30, 2004 |
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Perfect Stranger

The best movies can become like old friends, a pleasure to see from time to time. Others are like uninvited guests - perfect strangers who deserve to be shown the door, never to be welcomed again. Can you guess which category this movie falls into?

 
Perks of Being a Wallflower

Memo to believers on the perils of high school in a fallen world: we must be intentional in showing love to everyone who feels alone.

  • Christa Banister |
  • September 28, 2012 |
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Peter Pan (2003)

This movie isn't just “another version” of Peter Pan, this is THE version -- a classic for the next 100 years! Adults and mature teens who still enjoy a kid’s fantasy and fairy tale will likewise be entertained.

 
Peter Pan in Return to Never Land

A good story to talk over with your younger kids, discussing what is worth believing in and what is simply make-believe.

 
Phantom

Somehow, Hollywood has made a submarine thriller that tests our patience and fails to engage the imagination, not an easy thing to do.

 
Phantom of the Opera

Whether you’re a novice, a theatrical connoisseur or a true “phan” (as those who adore the musical, "The Phantom of the Opera," have dubbed themselves), you’re likely to agree that director Joel Schumacher’s cinematic version offers a phantastic legacy, now available to the masses.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • January 07, 2005 |
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Philomena

Prepare to be overwhelmed – especially if you’re a mother. Ready yourself, both for Judi Dench's performance and for tears.

 
Phoebe in Wonderland

With top-notch acting, gorgeous cinematography and a great musical score that enhances the film’s impact, it’s really no surprise that writer/director Daniel Barnz’s debut Phoebe in Wonderland was a recent favorite at Sundance.

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Phone Booth

If it's hard for you to imagine how an entire movie could be made about a man in a phone booth, go see this movie. You won't be disappointed!

 
Pianist, The

Lead actor Adrien Brody does an incredible job and deserves the accolades he's receiving from various awards group. His performance is believable and heartbreaking, reminding us all of how precious freedom is when you don't have it.

 
Piglet's Big Movie

Pooh and his friends Tigger, Rabbit and Eeyore are trying to pull off an elaborate plan to extract honey from a beehive. When Piglet approaches and asks if he can help, the friends politely respond that their task is too big for him.

 
Pineapple Express

Pineapple Express serves as a stark contrast to (and improvement over) the recent Will Ferrell misfire, Step Brothers. While both push the limits of R-rated humor, Step Brothers is wholly reliant on its crudity in a way that Pineapple Express is not.

 
Pink Panther 2, The

While the originals in The Pink Panther series were fueled by comic inspiration, invention and wit, the contemporary rip-offs are barely even trying. The difference is best exemplified by comparing Peter Sellers' Inspector Clouseau and Steve Martin's pale imitation.

 
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

If you thought Pirates 2 was difficult to follow, you ain’t seen nothing yet. In fact, I’ve never been more in the dark about whose allegiance is with whom, and what in the world Jack Sparrow, Will Turner and Davy Jones are actually trying to accomplish anyway.

 
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest

Open up Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, and what do you find? A few pearls of laughter and some gem performances amid the rot of a second film in a planned trilogy that goes on much too long, then makes no effort to provide a satisfying ending.

 
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

Pirates 4 should’ve leaned a little more heavily on the "strange." After all, it’s sad seeing Jack basically having nothing to do after the opening scene.

 
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

Ahoy mates! This swashbuckling adventure is a mixture of old-fashioned entertainment with modern day technology that will thrill audiences with its cast of interesting characters, imaginative sets, electrifying sword fights and realistic special effects.

 
Pirates Who Don't Do Anything, The

What’s a compelling way to convey to kids that they are children of a soon-returning king and potential heroes despite their fear and weakness? Try taking them to see VeggieTales’ latest, The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything.

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