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Pride and Glory

Men in blue have hearts of black in Gavin O’Connor’s Pride and Glory, a dark film about dirty cops and one man who fights the system—and his family—to break the stranglehold of corruption on the New York Police Department.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • October 24, 2008 |
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Pride and Prejudice

Jane Austen fans, rejoice! "Pride and Prejudice" has been brought newly to the screen with competence, visual flair and respect for the source material. And yet, the confines of a two-hour feature necessitate certain compromises that might not sit well with less forgiving Austen devotees.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • November 18, 2005 |
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It’s amazing what isn’t considered “R” nowadays. And Priest, a gruesome gorefest based on a graphic novel, is a prime example.

Prince & Me, The

Okay, so it’s Cinderella – again. But we all love a good fairy tale. They echo the great myths (unlike Joseph Campbell, I do not include the Bible in that category), with their portrayals of truth, hope, love and the triumph of good over evil. No wonder they’re so successful, again and again. This film is no exception.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • April 02, 2004 |
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Prince Avalanche

Not everything works, but the film's oddness makes for a unique viewing experience. It's a major comeback for director Green.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 16, 2013 |
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Prince Caspian

In every way that The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe tried but failed, Prince Caspian succeeds. What was originally slavish adherence to the source has now become inspired filmmaking—a major step forward that represents the Narnia for which we’ve waited.

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

Has the elements of a successful formula film, but it sells short its best assets in exchange for tedious special effects designed to please those who enjoyed the video game on which the film is based.

Princess and the Frog, The

Disney gets nostalgic and tries capitalizing on everything that's worked so well in the past, while taking advantage of new technology. Not only are there plenty of show-stopping musical numbers, but the colorful, hand-drawn animation has never been more spectacular.

  • Christa Banister |
  • December 11, 2009 |
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Princess Diaries 2

Take the kids to this one, if all that matters is the lack of obvious objectionable content. But if you want them to understand that not everyone in the world speaks English – with an American accent – and eats string cheese, you may need to deprogram them afterwards.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • August 11, 2004 |
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Prisoners is a story of human pain and loss, and of how we respond to the temptation to carry out our own ideas of justice.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • September 20, 2013 |
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Producers, The

Can a classic movie about a play, turned into a hit Broadway musical, successfully make it back to the screen in musical form? "The Producers” answers in the affirmative. Often riotous, this silly romp provides laughs during a season heavy with weightier Oscar fare.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 16, 2005 |
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Oh, the joy/trauma of that high school rite of passage: Prom. It’s as close to Cinderella’s ball as most of us will ever get.

Prom Night

If you’re squeamish about blood, there’s little to worry about there in Prom Night, a remake of the campy 1980 horror flick by the same name. For anyone who has actually seen the original, there’s surprisingly little resemblance.


Although it has several good performances, the story of Prometheus is a slap in the face to believers in a divine Creator.

Promised Land

As compelling as it has the potential to be, Promised Land is weighed down by a lack of subtlety and a heavy-handed agenda.

  • Christa Banister |
  • December 28, 2012 |
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“Is that guy a super genius, or is he just crazy?” Quite likely, when someone watches a movie seeking to answer this question, he or she will compare it to "A Beautiful Mind." And while "Proof" is certainly no "Beautiful Mind," it's certainly a thoughtful look at the supposed thin line between brilliance and insanity.

  • Stephen McGarvey |
  • September 16, 2005 |
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Proposal, The

While it's been said there aren't nearly enough good parts for women over 40, surely, there's much better material out there than The Proposal. And if not, then maybe all actors should take a hiatus from romantic comedies until Nancy Meyers or Nora Ephron get around to writing something new.

Public Enemies

Probably one of Hollywood’s greatest chameleons, Johnny Depp forgoes his usual oddball character and fully embraces the role of a real-life criminal, who was something of a folk hero in the Great Depression era, in Public Enemies.

Punch-Drunk Love

In Punch-Drunk Love, Adam Sandler's character works because of his charm, but the movie still lacks something and leaves lots of unanswered questions wide open. This is not a movie traditional Sandler fans are going to enjoy.

Purge, The

Tries to make us ask deep questions, but really, a "kill or be killed" scenario does not raise the moral dilemma the filmmakers think.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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