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November 2002
Die Another Day - Movie Review

Since this is the 40th anniversary of James Bond, there are constant reminders of the old 007 movies sprinkled throughout. But parents, this is an adult movie with mature sex scenes and themes. It is not kid friendly!

 
The Emperor's Club - Movie Review

Bravo for a movie that reminds all of us that living our lives with purpose and examining our moral and ethical behavior in the choices we make, ultimately affects others around us. The Emperor's Club is brilliant!

 
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Review

After Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone grossed almost $1 billion worldwide, you could almost count on the fact that director Chris Columbus wasn't going to tinker much with his magical hit-making formula in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.

 
8 Mile Movie Review

Parents, this is NOT a movie about a rapper (Eminem) that your adolescent age kids should see. Please help the movie theaters by taking responsibility for your kids and keeping the ones under 17 (who will try and sneak in) away from 8 Mile.

 
Goodbye, Mr. Chips Classic Movie Review

Goodbye, Mr. Chips is one of the most charming motion pictures ever made and is a must see for serious film fans. Nominated for seven Academy Awards, this heartwarming story stars Robert Donat and Greer Garson in her film debut.

 
The Santa Clause 2 - Movie Review

Tim Allen's realistic morphing from a fat Santa to a skinny dad, the reindeer who talk and have attitude, and the war between the toy soldiers and the elves are highlights that make this movie fun and entertaining. It's a great way to kick off the Christmas season!

 
I-Spy Movie Review

I-Spy works because of the fantasy "spy" scenarios and an action plot that's pure entertainment, but the real reason to see this movie is for the stars themselves. These roles were made for Eddie Murphy and Owen Wilson and they, in turn, make this movie work!

October 2002
Waking Up in Reno Movie Review

This comedy will have you laughing at human nature, being moved by a few emotional moments, and leaving with a smile on your face because of the happy ending that redeems it all.

 
The Truth About Charlie Movie Review

The truth about this movie is that it is a charade. It's marginally entertaining and can't even be compared to the classic Charade on which it is based. Remind yourselves of what great dialogue, a well-written script, and superb acting used to look like and rent the original.

 
Time Changer Movie Review

Written and directed by Rich Christiano, Time Changer is an interesting look at the timeless importance of God with a timeless message that could change your life!

October 2002
Punch-Drunk Love Movie Review

In Punch-Drunk Love, Adam Sandler's character works because of his charm, but the movie still lacks something and leaves lots of unanswered questions wide open. This is not a movie traditional Sandler fans are going to enjoy.

 
Abandon Movie Review

No matter what movie Katie Holmes is in she can't seem to escape playing the same character with a crooked smile and that permanent 'angst' expression she sports in most of her roles.

 
Tuck Everlasting Movie Review

I encourage all ages (especially young teens and fans of Alexis Bledel) to see this family friendly movie that I predict will become a favorite for many years to come!

 
White Oleander - Movie Review

If you are eager to see a depressing movie filled with dysfunctional people, extreme circumstances, and a cast full of characters that possess the worst human behavior possible, then you will enjoy this film.

 
Moonlight Mile Movie Review

Unless you're a huge fan of seasoned actors Dustin Hoffman and Susan Sarandon, you might want to think twice before seeing Moonlight Mile. It's depressing and a bit void of anything enlightening.

 
Jonah Movie Review

From the modern day veggie characters that stumble into a restaurant fighting about their own issues, to the tale that's told by the laziest bunch of scalawags and biggest root beer consumers to never sail the Seven Seas, this is one Bible story your kids will never forget!

September 2002
Sweet Home Alabama Movie Review

Starring the smart, charming, comedic wonder Reese Witherspoon, this romantic comedy proves you can take the girl out of the South, but you can't take the South out of the girl.

 
The Tuxedo - Movie Review

In this entertaining, lighthearted movie that's fun to watch, Jackie Chan's skills at making everything look easy are put to the test with some incredible scenes that you'll swear aren't humanly possible.

 
Trapped Movie Review

This well-written, action packed thriller works because Kevin Bacon has mastered playing creepy characters and Charlize Theron has equally perfected the smart damsel in distress.

 
The Four Feathers Movie Review

A movie with many levels, The Four Feathers deals with friendships, loyalty, and love relationships. But going even deeper, it addresses man's faith, his will to survive, and his trust in God.

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