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Pirates! Band of Misfits, The

Even with its idiosyncratic style, The Pirates! is as skilled as it is carefree and an easily consumed treat for the masses.

Pitch Perfect

Audiences are going to eat this up, and those who love it will loooooove it. Their gushing, OMGosh hyperbole will know no end.

Place Beyond the Pines, The

If points were awarded strictly on ambition, it's nothing short of epic. Unfortunately, director Clanfrance doesn't know when to say when.


Not bad, but not awesome, and definitely below Disney standards for quality. It's cute, funny, sweet, and forgettable.

Planes: Fire & Rescue

This time the cute factor doesn’t get in the way of meaningful characters and it’s a much better picture as a result.

Planet 51

While recycling old ideas was basically status quo, surprisingly enough, borrowing from other otherworldly space-age flicks including Stars Wars, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, E.T. and Alien actually elevates Planet 51’s overall enjoyment factor.

  • Christa Banister |
  • November 20, 2009 |
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Playing for Keeps

A would-be romantic comedy that doesn't really make us laugh and is more morose than lighthearted, more clichéd than crackling.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 07, 2012 |
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Please Give

Anyone who has ever lived in a big city will have their heart touched and their funny bone tickled by this sober comedy, directed by Nicole Holofcener, who has become known not only for her thoughtful films, but also for her television directorial credits.

Polar Express, The

In "The Polar Express," director Robert Zemeckis has beautifully and alluringly transformed Christmas into "Clausmas," beckoning us to worship the jolly old elf as the heart and soul of this all-important holiday. And that’s something that Christians should be very upset about indeed.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • November 10, 2004 |
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Yet another example of wasted potential, quickly devolving into flat, uninspired storytelling, one-note characters and decent effects.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 21, 2014 |
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Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid, Ponyo also includes some distinctive, dazzling visuals—a trademark of director Hiyao Miyazaki—but its magical moments don't overcome its weaknesses in storytelling.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 14, 2009 |
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Pooh's Heffalump Movie

Even if I could get past the mass-market, commercial feel that this film left me with, my daughter is the one the film has to please. A Pooh addict, she begs to watch the Disney classic every single day and sits glued to the television whenever we allow her to. But she didn’t care for this film at all.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • February 11, 2005 |
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Even though it’s common knowledge that “Poseidon” is a remake of the early-70s film “The Poseidon Adventure,” it’s difficult not to compare this ship-sinking adventure to that other disaster classic which won all the Oscars.

Post Grad

Instead of giving the storyline the gravitas it deserves, Post Grad quickly goes Little Miss Sunshine with way too much screen time dedicated to the main character's quirky family, the sort only dreamed up for movies in the first place.

Powerpuff Girls, The

Violence, crude language . . . hey, is this a kids' movie?

Prairie Home Companion, A

"A Prairie Home Companion" balances nostalgia with an inexorable sense of impending mortality. Director Altman, now in his 80s and reportedly frail during filming, seems to acknowledge that it’s coming for him as well, and for audiences preferring character-driven dramas that don’t insult their intelligence.


Not only are there Oscar-worthy performances here from newcomer Gabourey Sidibe and Mo'Nique, who is, hands down, one of the scariest villains since Heath Ledger's Joker in The Dark Knight, but director Lee Daniels gets the story just right by not shying away from the ugly truth of poverty, illiteracy and abuse.

  • Christa Banister |
  • November 20, 2009 |
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Premium Rush

Proves that less can indeed be more when anchored by a standout performance from the likeable Joseph Gordon Levitt.


In Premonition, the ambiguity and emotionless nature don't do actress Sandra Bullock any favors, as she seems to be walking through the film in the same perpetual daze as the audience is by watching it.

Prestige, The

While recent film, “The Illusionist,” was rather slow-moving, maudlin and didn’t offer much payoff after all the tricks were done, “The Prestige” is a deliciously deceptive tale of revenge that keeps you mesmerized for more than two hours.

  • Christa Banister |
  • October 20, 2006 |
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