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To Rome with Love

This is Woody Allen at his laziest, not much more than a collection of four non-intersecting short stories.

 
To Save a Life

If you're a serious evangelical filmmaker, there's one response you do not want to hear: "For a Christian movie, that was pretty good." Yet when it comes to the more impressive motion pictures produced by churches and ministries, this backhanded compliment remains the most ubiquitous—and often, the most deserved.

  • Jay Swartzendruber |
  • January 22, 2010 |
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To the Arctic 3D

While the 3D photography is breathtaking, the narrative falls prey to blatant sentimentality.

 
To the Wonder

The core ideas, conflicts, and yearnings resonate so sincerely that it makes the occasional weight of self-import easy to forgive.

 
Tooth Fairy

If you think the sight of The Rock in a pink tutu and oversized sparkly wings is funny, well, Tooth Fairy is the movie for you. After all, the screenwriters get a lot of mileage out of seeing the former wrestler play a has-been hockey star forced to reveal his softer, fairy side.

  • Christa Banister |
  • January 22, 2010 |
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Torque

Cool stunts on high-powered, gorgeous bikes – including a chase scene atop a moving train and a lead actor who is poised to become the next big thing in Hollywood – make this film a visual thrill.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • January 16, 2004 |
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Total Recall (2012)

A balanced thrill ride: dark but not depressing, gritty but not grimy, sometimes slick without sacrificing authenticity.

 
Touchback

By trying to appeal to everybody, Touchback comes off as a milquetoast movie that won’t inspire the passions of anybody.

 
Tourist, The

Considering what might have been expected of a big-budget romance featuring two top stars, The Tourist is rather slight. The lead characters' banter starts with promise, but the film shortchanges the romance as it struggles to incorporate its espionage and gangster storylines.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 08, 2010 |
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Tower Heist

In the era of Occupy Wall Street, Tower Heist ends up being a perfectly-timed, wish-fulfillment caper for the 99%.

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Town, The

With The Town, Ben Affleck gets ambitious serving as the film's director, co-writer and star. For the most part, he pulls off his duties with aplomb. And like his directorial debut (Gone Baby Gone), this is a multi-layered, unsettling morality tale where drugs and four-letter words are used in abundance.

  • Christa Banister |
  • September 17, 2010 |
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Toy Story 3

With the release of Toy Story 3 almost 11 years after its predecessor, the franchise continues to soar to infinity and beyond, thanks to heartfelt storytelling, great celebrity voice talent and imaginative action sequences featuring Woody, Buzz and the rest of everyone's favorite toys.

 
Trade

Trade, an uneven drama about human trafficking, deserves begrudging respect for raising the public’s awareness of troubling subject matter. The film nevertheless suffers from awkward melodrama and feeble dialogue.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • September 28, 2007 |
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Traitor

A story about Islamic terrorists infiltrated by a Muslim explosives expert with ties to the West, Traitor manages to be unsatisfying as a thriller, dreary as a thought piece, and somewhat offensive in the amount of screen time it spends as a terrorist apologia.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 28, 2008 |
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Transcendence

Has an intriguing premise but gets less interesting, not more, once Will experiences transcendence.

 
Transformers

Transformers proves yet again that a movie needs just a little bit more that mind-numbing special effects to be any good. Lack of substance, however, will not prevent this movie from making the studio a big pile of cash this summer.

 
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

Just in case you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to watch someone else play videogames for two and a half hours, sitting through Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen will definitely satiate your curiosity.

 
Transformers: Age of Extinction

Transformers: Age of Extinction is a reboot of sorts. Mark Wahlberg plays a Texas widower raising a 17-year-old daughter.

 
Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Transformers: Dark of the Moon is yet another instance where storytelling has been kicked to the curb by action scenes.

 
Trapped

This well-written, action packed thriller works because Kevin Bacon has mastered playing creepy characters and Charlize Theron has equally perfected the smart damsel in distress.

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