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When in Rome

While the movie's trailer definitely had that lackluster, made-for-TV feel, perhaps it's the presence of fresh faces Kristen Bell and Josh Duhamel, not to mention their winsome chemistry, that caused When in Rome to surpass my expectations.

  • Christa Banister |
  • January 29, 2010 |
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When the Game Stands Tall

As well-made a faith-based movie as you're likely to see, with the professional polish you'd expect from a studio-backed film like this.

 
Where the Wild Things Are

Even with two talented writers onboard and a mostly faithful rendering of this seminal coming-of-age story, Where the Wild Things Are is ultimately big on imagination and arresting visuals but seriously slight of script.

  • Christa Banister |
  • October 16, 2009 |
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Whip It

Conventional or not, Whip It is still fun to watch, thanks to Drew Barrymore’s surprisingly skilled direction, a killer soundtrack and a winning cast that definitely seems to enjoy throwing themselves into their respective roles.

  • Christa Banister |
  • October 02, 2009 |
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Whistleblower, The

The Whistleblower is almost unremittingly grim, and the effect is that of being struck repeatedly with a sledgehammer.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 05, 2011 |
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White House Down

May prove to be a classic example where film critics and the masses part ways, as there is much to pick on but there were also cheers.

 
White Oleander

If you are eager to see a depressing movie filled with dysfunctional people, extreme circumstances, and a cast full of characters that possess the worst human behavior possible, then you will enjoy this film.

 
Whiteout

Kate Beckinsale’s career once looked promising, but her willingness to take paycheck jobs like Whiteout isn’t helping her career. Was she so blinded by the story that she couldn’t see how disastrous the final result would be?

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • September 14, 2009 |
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Whole Ten Yards, The

The only good thing about this sequel is that we don’t have to listen to Rosanna Arquette’s whiny French accent (she was in the original). So, unless you think “The Three Stooges” meets Martha Stewart meets “The Godfather” is a riot, you may want to do the 50-yard dash from this one.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • April 09, 2004 |
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Wicker Man

This film’s poster shows a little girl with demonic eyes superimposed on a decomposing headshot of Nicolas Cage, made to look as if his face is being eaten by honey. This, like the trailer, tells us we’re going to watch a horror movie. Instead, it’s more of a thriller. But oh, how I wish I could say that I was thrilled.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • December 22, 2006 |
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Wild Hogs

Wild Hogs is the story of four guys trying to escape from suburbia. In what’s essentially a less sophisticated City Slickers meets Easy Rider, it doesn’t take long for the humor to make its way directly to the slop bucket.

 
Wild Thornberrys Movie, The

Kids will be entertained by this movie because of the colorful animation, great songs and loud characters -- but watch out for the gross humor.

 
Wild, The

Like its recent Disney predecessor (“Chicken Little”), “The Wild” is a fun movie with weighty themes. The writers are not afraid to tackle relevant issues like the crucial influence of the father in a child’s life and the need for honest family communication.

 
Wimbledon

While "Wimbledon" serves a light-hearted look inside the world’s best tennis tournament, we don’t see its underbelly. But we do hear what a player might be thinking as he serves, volleys and races to the net. And, we also get an inkling about just how nervous players really are, even when they appear as cool as Wimbledon’s trademark strawberries and cream.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • September 19, 2004 |
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Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • January 26, 2004 |
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Win Win

Win Win is an engaging slice-of-life dramedy about compromises and sacrifices, and how the former can compromise the latter.

 
Wind Rises, The

If this is Hayao Miyazaki's final film, it's a fitting farewell to an artist who inspired wonder in millions of fans both young and old.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • February 21, 2014 |
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Winnie the Pooh (2011)

Disney resisted modernizing the characters or A.A. Milne’s gentle storytelling style.

 
Winter's Bone

Depicting the lives of the rural poor facing dire circumstances, Winter's Bone is not a pretty picture. Yet it is an artful film with a harrowing ending that delivers a punch to the gut that, unlike the effect of mainstream summer movies, lingers long after the closing credits.

 
Winter's Tale

What seemed like it might be a fantastic, magical story feels awkwardly stitched together, even laughable when not outright confusing.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • February 14, 2014 |
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