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Seven Days in Utopia

Golf lessons in Seven Days in Utopia do more than lower one’s handicap. They lead to the biggest life question of all.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • September 01, 2011 |
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Seven Pounds

In Seven Pounds, themes of integrity, sacrifice and redemption are worthy ones, but they’re explored in a truly weird mix of sentimentality and despair—afraid to challenge its audience or itself, languishing in an ever-increasing muck of manipulations.

Seven Psychopaths

Like a violent dream you're thankful isn't real, this film is simply too demented for any real, meaningful takeaway value.

  • Christa Banister |
  • October 12, 2012 |
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Sex and the City

In the midst of the meaninglessness, a movie like Sex and the City does manage to offer a powerful reminder. It demonstrates, yet again, how utterly pointless life is—and how difficult relationships are—without a greater purpose for living.

Sex and the City 2

For a show that's always championed the cause of sisters doin' it for themselves, Sex and the City 2 manages to derail that mission (and anything resembling good taste along the way) in an excruciatingly long two hours and 26 minutes.

Sex Tape

Not only do Diaz and Segel lack believability as a couple, they're simply too old to be acting this foolish in this unfunny 'comedy.'

Shaggy Dog, The

After “The Santa Clause,” its sequel and now, “The Shaggy Dog,” Tim Allen seems to have the whole changing-into-a-much-hairier-version-of-himself shtick down to a science. And he provides quite a few laughs as he transforms back and forth from human to dog in this remake of the 1959 classic.

Shall We Dance?

Do not be afraid! Just because it bears the name Jennifer Lopez doesn’t mean it’s a bad film. Really! In fact, J-Lo’s character is actually very sympathetic – but this film isn’t about her, anyway. It’s about reigniting your life and your marriage by finding your passion. And it’s a delightful, inspiring bit of cinema.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • October 15, 2004 |
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Shallow Hal

Hal (Jack Black) aspires to date only women of beauty and perfection -- supermodels and centerfolds. Problem is, Hal isn't the kind of guy those women would look twice at. When Hal happens to meet self-help guru Tony Robbins, Robbins hypnotizes Hal, causing him to see only the inner beauty of women.

Shane (1953)

This classic western has got everything you'd want for a wonderful family evening in front of the TV. When it's over, you'll be wondering why Hollywood stopped making great films like Shane.

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Shanghai Knights

These two have hit a winning formula and should keep on making these hilarious movies together.... I laughed all the way through it but again, this is NOT a kid-friendly movie.

Shark Tale

So, maybe I’m missing the boat, but something smells fishy when a feel-good message about tolerance and diversity is muddied by the waters of cliché and stereotype. “Shark Tale” will definitely make people laugh, and I realize there aren’t many children’s films to choose from, but my advice is to throw this one back.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • October 01, 2004 |
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Sherlock Holmes (2009)

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's detective has been reinvented for the Jason Bourne age. Adding to the brawn and brains is a dash of romance. But the main chemistry is between Holmes and Dr. Watson, a sidekick who just can't kick the habit of helping Holmes solve another case.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 25, 2009 |
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Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows

Were filmmakers able to capture lighting in a bottle yet again with Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows? The answer is yes.

  • Christa Banister |
  • December 16, 2011 |
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Shipping News, The

Out of cruel, broken and bleak situations, love and hope bring healing to hurting characters.

Shoot 'Em Up

You wouldn’t think a movie could be this bad with acting talent like Clive Owen, Paul Giamatti and Monica Bellucci. But action-hero movie send-up Shoot 'Em Up gives new meaning to the word “wretched.”

  • Stephen McGarvey |
  • September 07, 2007 |
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Although fast-paced and high action, Shooter comes with plenty of warnings and its title should clue us in on what to expect: countless bullets, bodies that are beaten, bloodied, tortured, and killed, and entire villages subjected to genocide. And that's just for starters.


While its charms may be fewer for anyone over the age of 10, Shorts is an eccentric, time-jumping adventure that merges comedy, sci-fi and a short treatise on the dangers of too much technology into one mostly family-friendly movie.


Although the story proves to be entertaining and both DeNiro and Murphy are funny, something about the movie never really clicks.

Shrek 2

Really good films are oh-so-rare these days, so when one combines top-notch writing, excellent acting, a positive message and brilliant satire about pop culture, I can't help but rave.

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