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December 2001
The Royal Tenenbaums: Painfully Funny

A brilliant cast delivers a bizarre story that manages to make a profound statement (about the effects of divorce and absent fathers) in a hilarious but weird way.

 
Time-travel Romance Hits the Sweet Spot

Kate and Leopold is the perfect date movie for the holidays.

 
Beautifully Told Beautiful Mind Triumphs

Russell Crowe shines in this emotional, fascinating story.

 
Taliesin Jones: Bumps Along the Road to Faith

A small miracle, a film that depicts the complexities of faith from the point of view of a young protagonist, pulling it off with dignity, grace and great acting.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 03, 2001 |
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November 2001
Carrey Connects in Capraesque The Majestic

The Majestic is a feel-good movie about family, community and freedom of speech.

 
Lord of the Rings: Fantasy on a Grand Scale

This first film of a planned trilogy is an impressive movie with unusual looking characters, lavish scenes, breathtaking locations, incredible digitized scenery, amazing and terrifying special effects, storybook villages and a musical score that beautifully ties it all together.

 
Emotionally Exhausting Sky Ultimately Frustrates

Vanilla Sky is an intense, confusing and frustrating movie to watch.

 
Ocean’s Eleven: That Sinking Feeling

The real crime committed by this movie is the two-dimensional nature of many of the performances.

 
Texas Rangers Smirks, Sputters

The year is 1875, and Texas is a land without justice, vulnerable to renegade outlaws who pillage towns, murder townspeople and steal cattle. A small group of Texas rangers protect and defend the people against the a ruthless tyrant.

 
Bedroom Grapples With Pain, Grief and Regret

Parents wrestle with forgiveness and revenge after their son is murdered.

November 2001
Rousing Behind Enemy Lines Stirs Patriotic Spirit

Owen Wilson is perfectly cast as the hero, surviving by using his brains as well as his brawn.

 
Out Cold: Not Exactly a Knockout

The dialogue is silly, the characters are stupid, and the main themes are sex, drinking, sex, drugs, sex and a few scenes of snowboarding. If you actually knew characters like the ones in this movie, you wouldn't tell anybody.

 
Pitt and Redford Shine in Spy Game

Well-directed film provides a showcase for two top actors

 
Black Knight: Recycled Laughs

Crude comedy has a few laughs but feels stale.

 
Potter Set to Make Movie History

On Harry's 11th birthday, he discovers he's destined for the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The well-made film sets a new standard for children's movies.

 
Heist Glorifies the Criminal Life

The theme of this movie is "crime pays" if you're cool and smart enough to come up with a clever plan. The bad guys aren't portrayed as bad. Instead, their crimes are portrayed as a "professional choice," and their criminal behavior is dignified because they get away with the crime.

 
Monsters, Inc. Scares Up Laughs

Pixar has once again come through with special effects that give us an alternate world where mostly benign, goofy-looking monsters look so real they're almost cuddly. The main message of the story: Laughs are much more powerful than screams.

 
Domestic Disturbance Delivers Chills

Vince Vaughn plays the villain, Travolta the good guy in this effective thriller.

 
The One Is Quite a Kick

Jet Li's character learns how to travel to parallel universes, acquire the energy from his other 123 selves and become the most powerful being in the universe.

 
Hal Teaches a Lesson About Beauty

Hal (Jack Black) aspires to date only women of beauty and perfection -- supermodels and centerfolds. Problem is, Hal isn't the kind of guy those women would look twice at. When Hal happens to meet self-help guru Tony Robbins, Robbins hypnotizes Hal, causing him to see only the inner beauty of women.

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