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Smart People

With the success of quirky, independent comedies like Little Miss Sunshine and Juno, expect to see more movies like Smart People. Unfortunately, it doesn’t hold a candle to either of these recent screen gems.

Smokin' Aces

Though it's derivative, Smokin' Aces also is surprisingly stylish and, for much of its running time, entertaining. But it's not noble, pure or lovely. It's an empty exercise in cinematic excess.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 26, 2007 |
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Smurfs 2, The

What is meant to be a family-friendly comedy sadly becomes a big blue blunder and waste of studio money.

Smurfs, The

With The Smurfs, Sony Animation has resurrected what began as a Saturday morning cartoon turned ‘80s cultural phenomenon.


Consider it a modern "scared straight" kind of story, one that fathers and sons should consider seeing together.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • February 22, 2013 |
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Snow Angels

While director David Gordon Green’s Snow Angels raises interesting questions about the nature of Christian faith and belief, the film is ultimately too grim, not to mention too explicit in its violence and implied teen sexuality.

Snow Dogs

Snow Dogs is a fun, feel-good comedy with gorgeous scenery (it's worth watching the movie for that alone). This family comedy also deals with the sensitive subject of birth parents giving up their child, and adoptive parents loving that child as their own.

Snow White and the Huntsman

Like so many films these days, far more attention was paid to aesthetics rather than anything resembling quality storytelling.

Social Network, The

The Social Network asks a broader question of us about the Web site Mark Zuckerberg founded: does Facebook offer true connection or false validation? The answer lies, as with all things, not in the amoral device being used but rather in the souls that use it.

Soloist, The

The Soloist entertains and inspires with its pitch-perfect portrayal of redemption between an unlikely duo. And for Christians and otherwise, it’s also a powerful reminder that authenticity and not bailing when the going gets tough is always the best way to live.

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Something Borrowed

In Something Borrowed, you can’t help feeling relieved that what’s happening to these characters isn’t happening to you.

Something to Cheer About

Before Hoop Dreams, before Glory Road, there was Something to Cheer About. What a shame we don’t have more mentors like Coach Crowe instilling values in today’s basketball players.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • June 29, 2007 |
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Something's Gotta Give

When you have two Academy Award winners starring together, you’re bound to have a winning formula. And in this case, the chemistry works in this sophisticated romantic comedy from acclaimed writer/director Nancy Meyers.


Sofia Coppola's Somewhere takes a long time to get anywhere. But don't be surprised if, weeks later, you find yourself thinking about the film and its depiction of a wayward soul.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 22, 2010 |
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Sorcerer's Apprentice, The

Even with Jerry Bruckheimer's name attached to the project, there's nothing remotely spellbinding about The Sorcerer's Apprentice. It's a classic case of a clunky, horribly clichéd story further destroyed by a series of outlandish stunts and less-than-superb CGI trickery.

Sorority Boys

Teen comedy that joins Slackers and Kung Pow! on list of the year's worst movies.

Soul Surfer

Soul Surfer inspires in its depiction of overcoming setbacks and the role faith plays for surfer Bethany Hamilton.

Sound of My Voice

This thriller begins with an intriguing concept about the mesmerizing power of a cult-leader and then does nothing with it.

Source Code

Complex layers and multiple realities pose tough ethical questions in Source Code, but its clever premise is dumbed down.

Space Chimps

In Space Chimps, not only is the low-grade CG on par with most Saturday morning cartoons, but the lack of vitality and movement in the characters themselves stands in the way of any sort of human connection.

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