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March 2006
Allen Provides Some Laughs in Shaggy Remake

After “The Santa Clause,” its sequel and now, “The Shaggy Dog,” Tim Allen seems to have the whole changing-into-a-much-hairier-version-of-himself shtick down to a science. And he provides quite a few laughs as he transforms back and forth from human to dog in this remake of the 1959 classic.

 
 
 
February 2006
 
 
Pain, Mystery, Grace Create Powerful Mosaic in Freedomland

Its everything 2005’s Crash wanted to be but wasn't. Crackling with racial tension, suspense and two dynamite lead performances, this 113-minute book adaptation delivers on-the-money drama.

 
Protect Yourself Against "Firewall"

Consider this review a “firewall” — a form of protection keeping you from the new Harrison Ford movie of the same name. Directed by Richard Loncraine, "Firewall" goes from the formulaic to the preposterous before limping to a violent but predictable conclusion.

 
On the Adorable Scale, Curious George Is a 10

With its precious, well-crafted story and its integrity in staying true to the warm characters created by author H.A. Rey, “Curious George” is a 10 on the Adorable Scale.

January 2006
January 2006
Engaging Mars a Great Trek for Parents, Children

Roving Mars is an engaging, well-made film that will interest even young children, provided parents are willing to narrate what is happening on-screen as NASA scientists send geologist robots ("rovers") to the distant planet of Mars.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • January 27, 2006 |
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Ponderous New World Is No Paradise

The New World is a more taxing film than Director Terrence Malick's earlier work, and if it has a larger point beyond the surface story, it eluded this reviewer, who grew so alienated from the film that he no longer cared about the narrative, the characters, or what drove Malick to tell this story.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 20, 2006 |
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December 2005
Laborious, Predictable "Geisha" Verges on Camp

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 23, 2005 |
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Not Much "Fun With Dick and Jane"

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 21, 2005 |
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