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Ugly Truth, The

What prevents The Ugly Truth from contributing anything worthwhile to the rom-com genre is its sheer absurdity. Not only does the dialogue—and attempts at humor—scrape the bottom of the barrel morally, but there aren’t even 10 seconds of this forgettable movie that are believable.

Ultimate Gift, The

What matters most in life? And what happens when we don’t appreciate the many gifts that life offers? These are the questions posed by FoxFaith's newest theatrical release, The Ultimate Gift.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • March 09, 2007 |
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Uncle Nino

With its “after school special” feel, “Uncle Nino” won’t impress movie connoisseurs or those looking for an engaging cinematic experience. It is, nonetheless, a positive family film that offers an excellent opportunity to talk with kids about a range of issues, from smoking to estranged family members to the importance of spending time together.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • February 11, 2005 |
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Isn't quite able to overcome some typical hurdles of "Christian" films, but brings awareness of broken and at-risk families.

  • Debbie Holloway |
  • September 21, 2012 |
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The 2011 Oscar winner for for Best Documentary Feature lets us connect with real-life players in a compelling, beat-the-odds story.

Undercover Brother

If you liked Austin Powers, you'll probably enjoy this black imitation version. I normally find Eddie Griffin annoying, loud and obnoxious, but fortunately for him, that's exactly what this character calls for.


Based on the TV cartoon series, Underdog has naturally been updated for the big screen. Diehard fans are bound to be disappointed, and parents won’t be mesmerized. The real joy, however, will come from watching this with the kids who will love it.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • August 03, 2007 |
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Whether a woman would handle the situation the same way or not should spark insightful discussions with husbands, boyfriends and especially among girlfriends afterward.

Unfinished Life, An

In “An Unfinished Life,” an abused woman, desperate to provide care for her daughter, moves in with her father in-law from whom she is estranged, and the two must learn to forgive each other and heal old wounds. But to see such an important transformation unfold, the audience must endure excessive foul language, a physical abuse subplot, a sex scene and some spotty character development. Might not be worth the price of a ticket.

Uninvited, The

Viewers looking for genuine frights are advised to skip the remake of The Uninvited. If they need a scare, they might want to turn on the evening news or review their latest 401(k) statements. Why add to the suffering?

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 30, 2009 |
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Unlike the Bourne trilogy, Unknown lifts the missing identity premise but doesn’t bother giving the audience a thrilling protagonist or at the very least, a great car chase scene.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 18, 2011 |
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Unstoppable (2010)

The premise is simple, the execution is competent and the film delivers the requisite amount of crowd-pleasing thrills. And yet, the film feels a little too easy in the depiction of its main characters, who are sketched out with scant information about their motivations.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • November 12, 2010 |
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Untraceable is one of the first technology thrillers to generate actual thrills. Too bad that the film is also representative of a terrible cultural trend, a mystery built around videotaped torture and suffering.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 25, 2008 |
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Much like the trailer for Marley & Me, which was all doggie cuteness without any indication of the sadness waiting in the wings, there’s so much more to Up than balloons and barbs traded between an over-eager boy scout and a grumpy old man.

Up in the Air

With director Jason Reitman's trademark satirical bite, plenty of romantic turbulence and great starring turns from leads George Clooney, Vera Farmiga and Twilight's Anna Kendrick, Up in the Air tugs at your emotions one moment and has you laughing out loud the next.

  • Christa Banister |
  • December 04, 2009 |
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Uplifting Get Low Gets High Marks

An uplifting story of guilt, repentance and reconciliation, Get Low is a low-key work that is profound in its simplicity.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 16, 2010 |
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Upstream Color

Shane Carruth has made a work of art with his second film. I don't understand it, but I don't care, because I'm so viscerally moved.

Uptown Girls

I wanted to like this movie a lot, and I went with high expectations thinking it would be a comedy that would appeal to kids; it turned out to be neither. Brittany Murphy plays a selfish, too-dumb-to-be-real character, and I don't remember laughing one time ... seriously, not once!

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