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August 2011
The Debt Has Plenty of Payoff

Starring Helen Mirren and Jessica Chastain, The Debt is a thought-provoking thriller that’s actually worthy of its stellar cast.

 
Don’t Be Afraid Scares in the Wrong Ways

Clichés hamper Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, a movie that’s scarier than other horror films in completely unintentional ways.

 
Stupidity is a Virtue in Our Idiot Brother

In the new comedy Our Idiot Brother, ignorance is bliss for Paul Rudd’s free-wheeling organic farmer Ned.

 
Time is of the Essence in Spy Kids 4

“It’s not about how much time you have, it’s how you choose to use it.” That sentiment alone is worth the price of admission.

 
Love Doesn’t Conquer All in One Day

This adaptation of David Nicholls’ novel shows that what worked well on the page doesn’t engage an audience on-screen.

 
Nasty, Brutish and Short 30 Minutes or Less

Clocks in at a lean 83 minutes, but for viewers looking for admirable characters it’s a long sit.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 12, 2011 |
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The Help Serves a Story of Hope

Based on Kathryn Stockett’s bestseller, The Help is by turns hilarious and horrifying, but ultimately it’s a story of hope.

 
Apes Reboot Desperately Seeks Charisma

He looked bored at this year’s Oscars. And apparently Rise of the Planet of the Apes doesn’t excite James Franco either.

 
No Hope for This R-Rated Change-Up

Hoping for Freaky Friday? Then you’ll want to opt out. The Change-Up plants this body-swap premise squarely in hard-R territory.

 
Whistleblower Tackles Human Trafficking

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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July 2011
Intense Cowboys & Aliens Shoots 'Em Up

Western/sci-fi Cowboys & Aliens is intense with “gotcha” moments looming anytime the action even thinks about slowing down.

 
Heart, Humor Converge in Crazy Stupid Love

Ultimately examines why lasting love—not merely bed-hopping—is worth fighting for.

 
What’s Old is Blue Again in The Smurfs

With The Smurfs, Sony Animation has resurrected what began as a Saturday morning cartoon turned ‘80s cultural phenomenon.

 
Another Screenplay Could Save Another Earth

Despite an arresting idea and admirable execution, this drama fails. The problem: Another Earth needs another screenplay.

 
Captain America is Red, White and Blasé

With a milquetoast action hero and a relatively generic bad guy, Captain America: The First Avenger is a pretty dull movie.

 
No Advantages for Friends with Benefits

A morally troubling film that falls short even on the base level on which it tries to work.

 
Winnie the Pooh Wins Viewers’ Hearts

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

 
Good and Evil Collide in Deathly Hallows 2

What goes down in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 won’t likely sway anyone who’s been on the fence.

 
James Talks to the Animals in Zookeeper

In this Dr. Doolittle/Night at the Museum mash-up, Kevin James plays Griffin Keyes, the titular keeper of a big city zoo.

 
Black Comedy Goes Bawdy in Horrible Bosses

Despite its many comedic achievements, bawdy Horrible Bosses will probably still offend more than entertain.

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