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April 2014
True Football Fans Will Want to Slide Draft Day Down Their Boards

A far cry from an insider's look into the NFL. This isn't just the NFL Draft for dummies; it's the NFL Draft by dummies.

 
Dom Hemingway Not Worthy of Jude Law's Talents

Pummels viewers with its twisted protagonist's coarse, shocking monologue, then demands we revel in it. Feel free to walk out / never go.

 
Captain America Sequel Explores Themes of Ethics, Trust

Old-fashioned good-vs.-evil fun, even if you aren't sure which side is which among the not-so-subtle real-world political parallels.

 
Island of Lemurs: Madagascar is 40 Minutes of Wide-Eyed Wonder

A quick-running, G-rated, family friendly film about Madagascar that educates and inspires without dancing hippos or polka-dot zebras.

March 2014
Noah a Biblical Epic Boldly Transformed

Rife with theological exploration but never preachy, Noah sets a new standard for films to be both spiritually engaging and entertaining.

 
Anderson Waxes Artful in The Grand Budapest Hotel

As cinematic tastes go, The Grand Budapest Hotel will come as nothing short of a delicious and savory multi-course feast.

 
Sabotage a Gruesome but Glib 'Whodunnit'

An honest-to-goodness mystery: someone is killing off members of an elite DEA task force led by John 'Breacher' Wharton. Who? And Why?

 
God's Not Dead... but Christian Films are on Life Support

Though this cameo-filled affair tries to make a profound statement about bold faith, it falls prey to several predictable blunders.

 
Muppets Most Wanted Even Better Than Its Predecessor

Another star-studded affair that’s also very, very funny, equally showcasing the talents of comedic actors and creative puppeteers.

 
Divergent May be Derivative but It's Not a Dud

As with many modern adaptations, much is lost in translation for those who haven't read the books. But those who have should be pleased.

March 2014
Villeneuve's Prisoners Follow-Up is Its Own Worst Enemy

May be for you if you enjoy deciphering the inner workings of the subconscious, but be prepared to explore some very dark places.

 
Bad Words Brings Out the Worst in Bateman

A more or less uncomfortable viewing experience depending on your tolerance for pranks, put-downs and a barrage of bad language.

 
For Fans, Veronica Mars is a Fun Trip Down Memory Lane

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

 
Need For Speed Fails to Fill a Need

A far less muscular take on muscle-car action. Where the Fast & Furious movies are good dumb fun, Need For Speed is merely dumb.

 
Mr. Peabody & Sherman: Fun for All Ages through All Eras

Fun for kids and adults, provides a lot of laughs, teaches a little history, even makes a few points about parent/child relationships.

 
300: Rise of an Empire is All Guts, Little Glory

The bloodshed and lack of character development are laughable, and even the striking visual 'wow factor' of the original has vanished.

February 2014
Occasional Moments of Inspiration Mark Solid Son of God

A respectful telling of the life of Christ—perhaps too respectful—that, like so many other movies about Jesus, is a mostly solemn affair.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • February 28, 2014 |
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Newest Neeson Movie is Non-Stop Excitement

From the first hazy moments shrouded in a faint sense of impending doom to the final resolution, this is a thinking person's action film.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • February 28, 2014 |
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Pompeii Tries to Pull a Titanic... and Blows Up Instead

Yet another example of wasted potential, quickly devolving into flat, uninspired storytelling, one-note characters and decent effects.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 21, 2014 |
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Master Animator's Swansong: The Wind Rises is Elegiac, Inspirational

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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