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Starsky & Hutch

Instead of attempting the next-to-impossible task of recreating the '70s cop show, writer/director Todd Phillips chose to make a parody – which was a smart move. And the comedy isn’t bad, from a creative standpoint, when it isn’t degenerating.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • March 05, 2004 |
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State of Play

Like last year’s Body of Lies, State of Play tries to seriously challenge American policy in an entertaining fashion, but unlike Lies, Play never grips the viewer. Its pacing is too often sluggish; its plot unconvincing.

 
Stealth

The Hollywood establishment is looking for the next big release that will bring masses back to theaters this summer. Unfortunately for them, “Stealth” isn't about to do them any favors nor any audiences either. So do yourself one and stay far away from this mind-numbing, by-the-numbers disaster.

 
Step Brothers

If you are a Will Ferrell fan who can overlook the film’s flaws and ignore the non-stop coarseness, there may be some laughs in Step Brothers for you. If not, the trashiness greatly overshadows the funny.

 
Stepford Wives, The

Like Sammy Sosa aiming for a new record, “The Stepford Wives” comes out swinging. Fortunately, this box office blunder is about as skillful – and has as much chances of succeeding – as a peewee hoping for a homerun.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • June 11, 2004 |
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Stephanie Daley

This film could have easily been melodramatic, which would have relegated it to an “After School Special.” Instead, Stephanie Daley offers an excellent character study and a glimpse into the world of teenage pregnancy—with a powerful message about why it should be avoided at all cost.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • September 07, 2007 |
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Stone

Stone is about religion and Christianity on one level, but it's not entirely satisfying on those subjects, nor is it particularly revelatory. The best that can be said is that it raises some intriguing ideas about the nature of faith and our ability (or lack thereof) to do good in the world.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • October 18, 2010 |
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Stop-Loss

Stop-Loss, the latest in a growing line of disappointing dramas about the Iraq war, centers around the flight of an AWOL soldier. On the day he thinks he’s returning full-time to civilian life, he’s told instead to head back to Iraq.

 
Strange Wilderness

With bottom-of-the-barrel laughs aimed squarely at the same adolescent males who liked Superbad, Strange Wilderness is a stoner comedy with little substance, style or anything resembling good taste.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 04, 2008 |
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Stranger Than Fiction

Like Jim Carrey in “The Truman Show” and Adam Sandler in “Punch-Drunk Love,” funnyman Will Ferrell sets out to prove that he can be serious if the script calls for it, too, (take that Ron Burgundy!) in the whimsical tale “Stranger Than Fiction.”

  • Christa Banister |
  • November 17, 2006 |
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Street Fighter

Street Fighter should be a martial-arts extravaganza, but the fight scenes are infrequent, unsurprising and dull. Blame that on director Andrzej Bartkowiak, who in 2005 helmed the forgettable Doom.

 
Street Kings

Based on a screenplay co-written by James Ellroy, Street Kings is a punishing film that wastes its talent on extensive and excessive shootouts and acts of sadism. And they have, sadly, become so common on screen that they’ve lost their power to shock.

 
Struck by Lightning

If you're weary of stories with teen characters of inflated self worth condescending to everyone around them, stay away from this one.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 11, 2013 |
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Stuart Little 2

I enjoyed Stuart Little 2 as much as the first one. It's the perfect summer movie for the whole family to see together!

 
STUCK

More than a documentary, this film is a call to action on behalf of the 10 million children in orphanages worldwide.

 
Stuck on You

I barely laughed at this movie. It had a sort of sad undertone running all the way through it which kept it too serious to be a spoofy comedy. The movie didn’t work for me, and I don’t think “Stuck on You” will stick in theaters.

 
Sum of All Fears, The

Serves a social purpose in reminding us all of how precarious the global climate is at the moment.

 
Sunshine

Most contemporary science fiction films opt for mind-numbing special effects over finely crafted plot and characters. Not so with the poignant Sunshine which marries heart-stopping suspense with thought-provoking moral quandaries to create one of the most fascinating space movies in years.

 
Sunshine Cleaning

It shares a word ("sunshine") and an actor (Alan Arkin, again in a supporting role) with Little Miss Sunshine, but in Sunshine Cleaning lead performances from Amy Adams and Emily Blunt may yet vie for Academy recognition at next year’s ceremony.

 
Super 8

Super 8 is the kind of summer movie that made an entire generation fall in love with movies. The kind that didn’t just “wow” us but moved us, and meant something to us.

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