The standard for family films has dropped so low that it is now very rare indeed to see a good, animated film which does not contain bawdy humor. This makes movies like “The Incredibles” all the more exceptional. So, as with other “family” films that have vulgar content, I must give this one a mixed review.
- March 11, 2005 |
This film by writer/director Jeffrey Blitz pulls back the veil on high school debating, showing us the popular rapid-fire speech pattern called “spreading.” He also portrays what it’s like to be in high school, without all the clichés that plague other school films.
- August 10, 2007 |
For those of you who are John Grisham fans and wondering if the movie is anything remotely like his 1996 best-selling legal literary thriller, it’s not. It's a political soapbox against gun manufacturers and does it in such an obvious, over-the-top way, that it should be embarrassing to everyone involved.
- October 17, 2003 |