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February 2002
Showtime: Star Power Over Script

Although the story proves to be entertaining and both DeNiro and Murphy are funny, something about the movie never really clicks.

 
Ice: One for the Ages

Cute animated film has appeal to both kids and adults.

 
Character Drives Hometown Legend

Great family film builds to an exciting ending.

 
Don't Spend Your Benjamins on This One

The few funny moments in All About the Benjamins are outweighed by a torrent of profanity.

 
Machine Might not be the Best Use of Your Time

A more extensive script could have taken The Time Machine to the next level.

 
Iris: Story of Human Struggle Lacks Uplift

This is a sad and depressing movie. God and faith are absent from the famous author's life, and therefore, when the illness sets in and times get tough, the film offers no hope or peace.

 
40 Days and 40 Nights: Two Wasted Hours

The entire movie disrespectfully handles themes of abstinence, sex, chastity, friendship, dating/professional relationships and the Catholic faith.

 
Racial Drama is Heavy Going

Monster's Ball is a hardcore human drama, filled with depressing issues.

 
We Were Soldiers: God in the Midst of Battle

Director/writer Randall Wallace gives us a riveting and realistic look at war. This true account is more than just a war movie: It's a memorial to heroism.

 
Queen: A Strange, Sad Celluloid Epitaph for Aaliyah

The plot is weak, the dialogue weaker, and the entire movie is depressing.

February 2002
Never Land: A Short but Satisfying Return Trip

A good story to talk over with your younger kids, discussing what is worth believing in and what is simply make-believe.

 
Dragonfly Asks Questions, Prompts Discussion

Intriguing drama follows one man's awakening to the supernatural.

 
Crossroads: Coming of Age Too Fast

Mature issues are presented in an offensive manner.

 
John Q: An Uplifting Fight for a Son's Survival

A desperate man needs a miracle to beat the health-care system and save his son.

 
Hart's War: A Struggle for Survival and Civility

This introspective look at life in a POW camp shows prisoners behaving as soldiers even as they deal with racial prejudice and relevant social issues of the day.

 
Arnold Doesn't Disappoint in Collateral Damage

Schwarzenegger gives his fans what they've come to expect.

 
Violent Rollerball Has Little to Recommend

How did this film manage to get a "PG-13" rating?

 
Liar Is a Big Fat Winner

The importance of honesty and trust, as well as a person's ethical character and behavior, are themes that make this movie worth taking your kids and teens to see.

January 2002
Blow Out the Candles, the Party's Over

Kidman's performance can't overcome a poor script in Birthday Girl.

 
Sex-Saturated Slackers Sinks

Slackers is a great example of how Hollywood wastes film and advertising money.

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