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April 2012
Sparks' Lucky One Never Smolders

In this lukewarm and predictable story based on a Nicholas Sparks romance novel, The Lucky One delivers almost zero surprises.

 
Cabin in the Woods Is Cheeky Slasher Cinema

Rather than depicting new ways to knock off the protagonists, this cheeky horror flick explores the morality behind the clichés.

 
Three Stooges Should've Remained in Reruns

Not even truly funny supporting talent like Larry David, Jane Lynch and Sofia Vergara can save The Three Stooges.

 
Blue Like Jazz Leaves Questions Unaddressed

Donald Miller’s story might strike you as an unsurprising entry among the tales told by Christians critical of the church.

 
Message Gets Fumbled in Touchback

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

 
An American Reunion to Skip

American Reunion is about what you’d expect—a teen sex comedy about characters that long ago left their teenage years behind.

March 2012
Greek Gods Still Battling in Titans Sequel

This sequel is much improved over its abysmal predecessor, but fails to generate enough human interest to make it worth seeing.

 
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.

 
Roberts the Fairest of All in Mirror Mirror

A charming and deliciously sinister performance from Julia Roberts as the Queen ensures Mirror Mirror is no rotten apple.

 
Cameron Takes a Monumental Journey

To find out what made the United States a great nation, Kirk Cameron retraces the steps of “the people who built this country.”

March 2012
October Baby Delivers Forgiveness and Grace

Politicians and preachers often try to put a face on it. But in October Baby, filmmakers have managed to literally put a face on abortion.

 
The Odds Are in The Hunger Games’ Favor

Author Suzanne Collins and her legion of fans should be ecstatic with how this adaptation turned out.

 
21 Jump Street Gets a Surprising Update

What started out as a breakout television hit in the late ‘80s has now been given a surprising cinematic update: raunchy comedy.

 
Jeff, Who Lives at Home Searches for Meaning

With the film Jeff, Who Lives at Home, we’re introduced to yet another grown man with a perpetual case of Peter Pan syndrome.

 
Muddled Being Flynn Bypasses God

We don’t much care about the characters and wonder if these “works of progress” are actually regressing instead.

 
Nothing Family-Friendly in Friends with Kids

What starts off as depicting what happens to a group of friends once kids enter the picture seriously goes downhill in a hurry.

 
John Carter Is as Plain as the Name

The story never quite comes together in the big-budget John Carter, leaving a dissatisfying sense of what might have been.

 
Theology a Bit Fishy in Salmon Fishing

The strengths of the film taper out as it shifts toward a bland message about “faith” and a few Zen-like scenes of fly fishing.

 
Murphy’s Latest Not Worth A Thousand Words

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. I’d say Eddie Murphy’s A Thousand Words, is worth two: don’t bother.

 
Positive Outweighs Negative in The Lorax

Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax is a captivating and charming visual feast. Yet it’s almost done in by ham-fisted didactic liberalism.

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