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March 2003
Head of State Movie Review

Save your money and your time! This is one of those comedies that might have been funnier had it been released at a different time. But when our nation is looking to our president for wartime leadership and wisdom, it seems almost disrespectful and sort of a slap-in-the-face to have a movie that mocks the whole system.

 
View from the Top Movie Review

Mike Myers and Candice Bergen end up stealing the show and get the most laughs in this romantic comedy. But there are still some priceless moments from Gwyneth Paltrow as Donna, who dreams of becoming an international flight attendant and is willing to do whatever it takes to get there.

 
Piglet's Big Movie Movie Review

Pooh and his friends Tigger, Rabbit and Eeyore are trying to pull off an elaborate plan to extract honey from a beehive. When Piglet approaches and asks if he can help, the friends politely respond that their task is too big for him.

 
Agent Cody Banks Movie Review

I see sequel written all over this movie and deservedly so! It's fun to watch with an interesting plot, great character portrayals, lots of action, incredible special effects and gadgets and fun nods to the adults by sneaking in references to Dr. Strangelove, Star Wars, Barbarella, Moonraker and Goldfinger.

February 2003
The Life of David Gale Movie Review

Kevin Spacey is brilliant in this interesting murder mystery that relies on a surprise ending with a shocking twist. It makes it worth wading through the anti-death penalty propaganda and lengthy fact-building beginning (it's still only 130 minutes but feels longer).

 
Gods and Generals Movie Review

This sweeping Civil War epic, beginning in 1861 and continuing through 1863, is a prequel to the film Gettysburg (likewise directed by Ron Maxwell) and climaxes with the Battle of Chancellorsville.

 
How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days Movie Review

This is a modern screwball romance comedy that heavily relies on the chemistry of Hudson and McConaughey to make it work. I enjoyed the verbal sparring, modern pop psychology about dating and the happy ending.

 
Shanghai Knights Movie Review

These two have hit a winning formula and should keep on making these hilarious movies together.... I laughed all the way through it but again, this is NOT a kid-friendly movie.

 
Les Misérables Classic Movie Review

This film has it all! The performances are first-rate, and Richard Boleslawski’s direction is so impeccable that the Broadway musical follows the movement of the film virtually frame by frame.

January 2003
The Pianist - Movie Review

Lead actor Adrien Brody does an incredible job and deserves the accolades he's receiving from various awards group. His performance is believable and heartbreaking, reminding us all of how precious freedom is when you don't have it.

January 2003
National Security Movie Review

Even though I enjoyed Steve Zahn (and the restrained look he wore on his face through most of the movie) and Bill Duke in this predictable action/comedy, Martin Lawrence's performance was so--well--typical Lawrence. And it sort of ruined the movie for me.

 
The Bridges at Toko-Ri Classic Movie Review

Retired WWII veteran Harry Brubaker is called back into the military as fighter pilot during the Korean conflict. Brubaker must tear himself away from his daughter and adoring wife and risk his life again for his country.

 
The Quiet American Movie Review

While Michael Caine and Brendan Fraser deliver fine performances, the movie reveals a few key plot points early on—including that Fraser's character dies. In the end, the story doesn't have much impact.

 
Nicholas Nickleby Movie Review

Charles Dickens stories are typically tragic and therefore, full of depressing scenarios. But I enjoyed this film adaptation because of the seasoned cast and interesting setting.

 
About Schmidt Movie Review

I have to admit that the biggest reason to see this movie is to watch Jack Nicholson "be Jack"--you won't be disappointed. Nicholson has made an art form out of a simple look or stare, and his deadpan delivery has never been funnier.

 
Antwone Fisher Movie Review

Denzel Washington directs this wonderful story that gently unfolds the layers of truth, abuse, and disappointments that have shaped Fisher's life, revealing a young man who can't go forward because of his past.

 
The Hours Movie Review

An introspective, sad and depressing look at three women’s lives that were linked in an interesting and profound way by a novel penned by Virginia Woolf, Mrs. Dalloway.

December 2002
Chicago - Movie Review

I love musicals and I'm thrilled when I hear Hollywood is attempting to make another one because I believe a younger generation needs to see them. But this time around I was disappointed.

 
Catch Me If You Can - Movie Review

An amazing story brilliantly directed by Spielberg with incredible performances from DiCaprio and Hanks, but some elements are too adult for kids or teens.

 
The Wild Thornberrys Movie Review

Kids will be entertained by this movie because of the colorful animation, great songs and loud characters -- but watch out for the gross humor.

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