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March 2002
The Whole Family Will Enjoy Adventurous Spirit

Animated film is for more than just kids.

 
Something New: A Teen Comedy That Isn't Terrible

The New Guy surprises by not always going as low as it could go.

 
It's About Time: A Classy Comedy Arrives

About a Boy is funny, sweet and poignant -- everything a good comedy should be.

 
Star Wars: Episode II: On the Lighter Side

The movie works only because the audience wants it to.

 
Unfaithful: Adultery and Its Consequences

Whether a woman would handle the situation the same way or not should spark insightful discussions with husbands, boyfriends and especially among girlfriends afterward.

 
Deuces Wild: Snake Eyes

Rehashed gang story offers nothing new or interesting.

 
Allen's Latest Limps to a Hollywood Ending

Woody Allen rehashes the same tired character we've seen numerous times before.

 
Spider-Man: Strong Start for Summer Movies

Director Sam Raimi delivers a thrilling superhero movie.

 
Greek Wedding: Take Your Girlfriends

An entertaining and funny take on a Greek family and their euphemisms, charm and loving acceptance. If you come from a big family (especially with lots of ethnic traditions), you'll understand the hazing the couple endures as they plan for their big day.

 
Life Lacks Extra Dimension

Some witty dialogue makes for a light but ultimately unsatisfying comedy.

March 2002
The Scorpion King: A Rockin', Rollicking Adventure

The Scorpion King updates the style of classics like Sinbad, Aladdin and Jason and the Argonauts, adding 21st-century special effects to the formula. The Rock, in his first starring role, makes the movie work.

 
Murder: A By-the-Numbers Thriller

Sandra Bullock's latest is a disturbing tale of murder, centering on two teenage suspects.

 
Sweetest Thing Sours Quickly

Cameron Diaz's latest is simply dreadful: an extreme amount of foul language, numerous sexual situations and more crude and crass dialogue than ever before.

 
Moral Complexity Drives Changing Lanes

Revenge, forgiveness and a little kindness make for a provocative film.

 
Lampoon Lowers an Already Low Standard with Wilder

Another scatological, sexual "comedy" about supposed college life.

 
Acting, not Ending, Powers High Crimes

Film commits its own infraction by tacking a weak ending onto an otherwise interesting story.

 
Big Trouble: Laughs Take a Backseat to Bad Language

Amusing premise and silly performances are overshadowed by a torrent of profanity in Big Trouble.

 
Panic Room Presses the Right Buttons

These days it's hard to make a unique thriller with plot points that surprise the audience, and even harder to make it scary when we know the main characters probably aren't going to die.

 
Death to Smoochy: Give It the Kiss-off

Danny DeVito's twisted comedy is a mess.

 
The Rookie: Perfect Pitch

One of the best baseball movies ever made. Much more than just a story about the sport, it's testimony that God can give second chances in life no matter how old a person is.

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