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Vacancy

A horrible tragedy such as the Virginia Tech massacre has, in a strangely unexpected way, opened the door for Christian critics to state what’s blindingly obvious: That some films, like Vacancy, are bad for the soul.

 
Valentine's Day

Appropriately enough, watching Valentine's Day immediately brought those ubiquitous heart-shaped boxes of chocolates to mind—you know the ones where you're never quite sure what's inside until you take a bite.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 12, 2010 |
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Valiant

This is the story of Valiant, an undersized pigeon who wants to join up with Britain’s esteemed Royal Carrier Pigeon Service during WWII. The RCPS was an actual military unit that trained pigeons as message carriers to facilitate communication between the Allied troops. The movie honors their heroism in a delightful way.

 
Van Wilder

Another scatological, sexual "comedy" about supposed college life.

 
Vanilla Sky

Vanilla Sky is an intense, confusing and frustrating movie to watch.

 
Vanity Fair

Reese Witherspoon holds her own as an ambitious, but likeable, gal who is simply trying to ‘do better for herself’ in a 19th century world of haves, have nots and wannabes. And even though I would've liked to have seen her in a role more faithful to William Makepeace Thackeray’s in his 1847 novel, this one will certainly do.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • September 02, 2004 |
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Vantage Point

What could have been a forgettable thriller, Vantage Point instead gives the audience something to puzzle over. Such a film certainly takes advantage of the current popularity of “tell the story out of order” television shows like “Lost.”

  • Stephen McGarvey |
  • February 22, 2008 |
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VeggieTales: "The Ballad of Little Joe" - Video Review

"The Ballad of Little Joe" (a lesson in facing hardship) sees the VeggieTales franchise exuding top form cleverness with a reverently twisted "Bonanza"-type take on the Old Testament's Joseph.

  • Harold Schrader |
  • September 22, 2003 |
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Veronica Guerin

Adults who enjoy crime stories or investigative thrillers might be interested in this true-life drama, but be forewarned that it is a blunt, realistic, bloody and depressing look at a world most of us will hopefully never know.

 
Veronica Mars

The mystery allows fans to see Veronica in her full detective glory again, but the case is never as intriguing as the relationships.

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View from the Top

Mike Myers and Candice Bergen end up stealing the show and get the most laughs in this romantic comedy. But there are still some priceless moments from Gwyneth Paltrow as Donna, who dreams of becoming an international flight attendant and is willing to do whatever it takes to get there.

 
Village, The

A cinematically beautiful film full of twists that will keep you shaking in your seat, The Village is a real treat for Shyamalan and thriller fans alike--especially those who enjoy a deeper message.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • July 30, 2004 |
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Violent Pandemic Exposed in Bully

Puts us in the shoes of five different victims of teenage bullying. And it’s infuriating... to filmmaker Lee Hirsch’s credit.

 
Visitor, The

Instead of opting for the oh-so-informative documentary or an intense political thriller to address the hot-button topic of illegal immigration, The Visitor goes straight for the heart with an emotionally compelling drama.

 
Volver

If you enjoy foreign films, you might like the latest by acclaimed Spanish writer/director Pedro Almodóvar. It’s a bit quirky and melodramatic, like all of his films, with an ambiguous moral message. Overall, however, it’s good filmmaking.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • April 09, 2007 |
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Vow, The

Being everything a good love story should be, this sweetheart of a movie released in theaters just in time for Valentine’s Day.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • February 10, 2012 |
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