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S.W.A.T.

I admit I like a lot of the cast (Samuel L. Jackson, Colin Farrell and Michelle Rodriguez especially), so it was fun for me to see this talented cast work together. This is a great popcorn movie to enjoy on a hot summer day.

 
Sabotage

An honest-to-goodness mystery: someone is killing off members of an elite DEA task force led by John 'Breacher' Wharton. Who? And Why?

 
Safe Haven

This Nicholas Sparks adaptation opened on Valentine’s Day but was forgotten by Presidents' Day.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • February 14, 2013 |
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Safe House

Shaky-camera syndrome has taken hold of today’s action movies. And Safe House, directed by Daniel Espinosa, is no different.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • February 10, 2012 |
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Sahara

With its “Indiana Jones” action style and classic rock score highlighting lots of fun montages, “Sahara” may not be brilliant, but it’s an entertaining film that will appeal to a wide audience.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • April 08, 2005 |
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Salinger

As much as we learn about J.D. Salinger from those who were part of his life, what's curiously glossed over is Salinger's writing itself.

  • Christa Banister |
  • September 20, 2013 |
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Salmon Fishing in the Yemen

The strengths of the film taper out as it shifts toward a bland message about “faith” and a few Zen-like scenes of fly fishing.

 
Salt

The standard Angelina Jolie summer action flick is a generic retread of better work from waning genres, and Salt is no different. This Manchurian Candidate meets The Fugitive isn't so much a throwback to a Cold War thriller as it is a relic.

 
Sanctum

Those excited to see James Cameron's name associated with Sanctum shouldn't be fooled. He produced, but direction was left to Alister Grierson, who has only one previous feature under his belt.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • February 04, 2011 |
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Santa Clause 2, The: The Mrs. Clause

Tim Allen's realistic morphing from a fat Santa to a skinny dad, the reindeer who talk and have attitude, and the war between the toy soldiers and the elves are highlights that make this movie fun and entertaining. It's a great way to kick off the Christmas season!

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Santa Clause 3, The: The Escape Clause

The story has nothing to do with the Christ of Christmas, but rather extols an important - but way-secondary - theme of family. If you can look past that and just want a few good laughs with your kids, this is not a bad choice for holiday entertainment.

 
Savages

Though Oliver Stone re-establishes his directorial credibility, his young actors simply aren’t up to the task of carrying this morbid morality tale.

 
Savages, The (2008)

Writer-director Tamara Jenkins has created a wise and thought-provoking film about facing the truth and taking care of our parents, even when they haven’t taken care of us. It’s also about what it’s really like to grow old and die—a subject we will all eventually come to know, if we haven’t already.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • April 25, 2008 |
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Saved!

Rather than a humorous satire that exposes hypocrisy within a well-intentioned or otherwise godly community, “Saved!” (with a cross over the exclamation point) is a relentless assault that maligns anyone and everyone associated with the Christian faith – especially those who disagree with the gay lifestyle.

 
Saving Mr. Banks

Seems to serve as a family-friendly version of the art vs. commerce debate, but also packs an emotional and thematic wallop.

  • Christa Banister |
  • December 20, 2013 |
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School for Scoundrels

“School for Scoundrels” is based on a novel by Stephen Potter and a 1960 screenplay by Hal Chester and Patricia Moyers. Unfortunately, however, the adaptation doesn’t work. What should have been either dark or funny simply comes across as horrendously cruel.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • February 16, 2007 |
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School of Rock

A very funny Jack Black, and a message about overcoming odds and criticism and rising to the occasion to prove yourself, are a winning combo in this musical comedy.

 
Scooby-Doo

This is a fun summer movie but not one I can recommend as kid-friendly.

 
Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed

Having directed such cinematic masterpieces as “Big Momma’s House,” “Never Been Kissed” and “Home Alone 3” before embarking on the Scooby mobile, director Raja Gosnell is once again poised to make film history. But if you must go see this one, don’t forget to take your pooper scooper.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • March 26, 2004 |
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Scoop

It’s somewhat surprising to discover that Allen has followed the triumph of "Match Point" with yet another light, dialogue-heavy comedy that runs out of gas long before it reaches the finish line. It’s essentially two people talking, then three people talking — but it’s only fitfully amusing.

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