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September 2012
Unconditional Love Takes the Good with the Bad

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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Finding Nemo 3D: Save Money, Watch 2D DVD in HD Instead

What's not to love about the 3D re-release of this Pixar classic? Sadly, it's the 3D.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • September 17, 2012 |
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Liberal Arts an Education in Unoriginality

As indies go, it's a softball right down the middle. For all the nitpicks, it’s saved by an undeniable charm.

  • Jeffrey Huston |
  • September 14, 2012 |
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The Words Tries to Tell Too Many Tales

Wants to deliver a moral about choosing real life over living a lie, but the point comes across as tepid rather than deeply resonant.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • September 07, 2012 |
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Bridesmaids + More Raunch - Tender Story = Bachelorette

A recognizable cast, weddings, and raunchy pre-matrimonial hi-jinx make this a surefire crowd-pleaser, right? Wrong.

  • Christa Banister |
  • September 07, 2012 |
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August 2012
They Don't Make Shoot-Outs Like Lawless Anymore

If the story packs in too many characters and feels a bit unbalanced, it pays off handsomely with a classic shootout that thrills in its simplicity.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 29, 2012 |
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The Oogieloves Get Families Dancing

The Oogieloves were created with a child’s best interests in mind, giving them something to do as well as watch.

Premium Rush is a Thrill-a-Minute Ride

Proves that less can indeed be more when anchored by a standout performance from the likeable Joseph Gordon Levitt.

Hit and Run Peppy, but Leaves You Feeling Run-Over

Just because a movie is "alive" on screen doesn't mean it will edify or stimulate you intellectually.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 24, 2012 |
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Dark but Imaginative ParaNorman is Outcast-Friendly

There’s a wonderfully relevant message tucked inside this piece of stop-motion animation, but it's more geared towards adults than kids.

August 2012
See Jordin Sparks Sparkle

More than "Whitney Houston's last movie," Sparkle is Jordin Sparks' moment to shine, and she definitely makes the most of it.

The Odd Life of Timothy Green Grows on You

Pushes its magicality almost to disbelief's breaking point, but a gifted cast helps the message go down like a spoonful of sugar.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 15, 2012 |
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Nothing to Inherit from The Bourne Legacy

Even bringing back Matt Damon wouldn’t have helped; it’s writer/director Tony Gilroy’s script that leaves a poor legacy.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 10, 2012 |
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The Campaign Doesn’t Deserve Your Vote

The occasional clever parallel to the current political climate is forgotten every time another jaw-dropping crack about sex or bodily functions occurs.

Hope Springs for Marriages, Rom-Com Genre

It’s not too far-fetched to suggest that this film could genuinely help couples, and even save some marriages.

New Total Recall a Rare Worthy Remake

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

A Great Way to Spend the Dog Days

One of the best bets for family entertainment: a feel-good story with a message that is the funniest of the Wimpy Kid series.

July 2012
The Laughs End Early in The Watch

If this is the best that Rogen, Stiller, Vaughn and Hill can come up with, the future of movie comedy should be left to others.

Ruby Sparks but Doesn't Catch Fire

Though not without promise, the story and its moral feel more appropriate to a TV-length program rather than a feature film.

The Dark Knight Rises to the Occasion

If Christopher Nolan and his cohorts don’t get some Oscar love for this series finale, they’ve been cat-burgled.

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