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By-the-Numbers 42 Still Hits for the Cycle

Like The Blind Side, faith is integral and is presented unapologetically. And like The Blind Side, 42 isn't appropriate for all ages.

Fascinating Admission Makes the Grade

While most of the marketing suggests that it’s a charming romantic comedy with two likeable leads, that’s really only half of the story.

Into the White a Stark Tale of Enemy-Friendship

Does nothing original while exploring an age-old question about what makes humans enemies, but manages to hold our interest anyway.

The Call Hits Most of the Right Numbers

Proving that sometimes the best ideas are, indeed, the simplest ones, this nervy new thriller dials up a promising first two acts.

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone is Short on Magic

A few genuine laughs along the way as Carell's Burt tries to forge a path forward, but this film’s third act is truly a head-scratcher.

Phantom Torpedoes Itself

Somehow, Hollywood has made a submarine thriller that tests our patience and fails to engage the imagination, not an easy thing to do.

Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum, Jack the Giant Slayer's Fun

Old-fashioned storytelling and cleverly staged action sequences remind you of old favorites like The Princess Bride and Indiana Jones.

The Confession is Beautiful But Bewildering

Amish romance is a niche market, and it is unlikely The Confession will attract many viewers from outside that crowd.

Warm Bodies Warms the Heart

Quirky humor and romantic love are huge parts of this oddly delightful, highly original film’s charm.

Space Warriors Grounded in Talking Points, Strong Performances

This tale of Space Camp competition and astronauts in peril works best if enjoyed multi-generationally.

Side Effects May Include Shock, Dissatisfaction

The final product is strangely unsatisfying, moving into erotic, even perverse areas unsuited to Soderbergh's smooth, cold visual style.

Cloud Atlas More Wasteland Than Wonderland

For a story that would reach into our souls, it does its best to keep us at arm's length for nearly three hours.

Jack Reacher a Victim of Really Bad Timing

Tom Cruise plays yet another action hero with panache, but the timing is awful for a film with so many gun-related fatalities early on.

Even Chastain Can't Nurture Mama to Maturity

First-time director Andres Muschietti is more intent on wringing tears than terror from the audience in this thriller.

This is Our Time Uses Post-College to Examine God's Timing

The suffering young characters function as role models for building meaningful lives and making choices that let them sleep at night.

Lincoln is One Stunning History Lesson

No stilted caricature, Spielberg humanizes this beloved leader without placing him on too high of a pedestal in the process.

Breathtaking To the Arctic Lacks Focus

While the 3D photography is breathtaking, the narrative falls prey to blatant sentimentality.

Nothing 'Big Screen' About Parental Guidance

Every step is utterly predictable, but for those who like the same ol’ same ol’, this is relatively inoffensive and mildly fun.

Les Miz Tries Hard but Peaks Too Soon

If Crowe and Jackman's characters were allowed to communicate through dialogue, rather than song, it probably would've worked better.

Secular & Somewhat Scary, but Guardians is Great Fun

The 3D animation is outstanding, and the spectacle of rival, familiar, holiday characters out of their usual context is fun to watch.

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