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June 2002
Blood Work: Aging Eastwood Carries This Cop Thriller

Deliberately paced cop movie builds to an interesting twist.

 
New Movie Showcases Vin Diesel as Action Hero

This is one of the most extreme, action-packed espionage movies ever made!

 
Spy Kids 2: The Family Spies Together, Stays Together

Director Robert Rodriguez is one of those Hollywood producer/writer/directors who made violent adult films but decided to make something his children could actually see and enjoy. It's people like Rodriguez who are changing Hollywood for the better, and I want to encourage you to support that effort.

 
Full Frontal: Dumb Title, Dumb Movie

Steven Soderbergh is known for his unique style and respected for his brilliant directing, but after seeing this film I had to ask myself, "What was he thinking?"

 
Carvey's Master of Disguise Could Be Funnier

This caper entertains but doesn't deliver as many laughs as one hopes for.

 
Thoughtful, Suspenseful Signs Is a Summer Surprise

Signs is an example of moviemaking at its best!

 
Country Bears Bring "G"-rated Dose of Family Fun

Disney delivers a winning family comedy, with fun music, kid-friendly humor and a few inside jokes.

 
Third Austin Powers Shows Good, Bad Sides of Myers

Mike Myers is a genius, plain and simple. But his penchant for crude material limits his appeal.

 
Crocodile Hunter Plot Fills Time Between Irwin Antics

Popular TV show host's big screen debut will please fans, make new ones.

 
Eight Legged Freaks: An Itsy-Bitsy Bit of Fun

Eight Legged Freaks has flair and scares, but it can't compete with other grade-"A" choices.

June 2002
Stuart Little 2: As Entertaining as Its Predecessor

I enjoyed Stuart Little 2 as much as the first one. It's the perfect summer movie for the whole family to see together!

 
Suspenseful K-19 Celebrates Heroism, Humanity

Director Kathryn Bigelow delivers a spirited tale of loyalty and high drama.

 
Fire Effects Light Up a Weak Plot

The plot for Reign of Fire is mostly hot air, but the special effects are fun.

 
Father Figures Loom Large in Rich Road to Perdition

The story makes a strong statement about fathers, weaving together several father/son relationships.

 
Hey Arnold Makes Shaky Transition to Big Screen

Unfolding at a leisurely 75 minutes, Hey Arnold! The Movie will amuse young fans of the TV cartoon, but adults, rather than the kids, might find themselves wandering the theater.

 
Likable Mike Teaches Valuable Lessons

It's not a slam dunk, but it's a nice lay-up.

 
Powerpuff Girls: A Weak, Worrisome Waste of Time

Violence, crude language . . . hey, is this a kids' movie?

 
Men in Black Sequel Is Missing Crucial Chemistry

Though enjoyable, the second Men in Black compares unfavorably to its predecessor.

 
Mr. Deeds: Good for a Few Laughs

Mr. Deeds has some laughs, but the rating reminds us it also has some "Sandler" drawbacks.

 
Juwanna Mann: It's a Brick

Juwanna Mann isn't horrendous but is far inferior to other movies in theaters right now. See one of those instead. This one's a rental, if that.

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