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Subscriber Access Only Looking Back, Leaping Forward
What critics are saying about The Time Machine, Monsoon Wedding, All About the Benjamins, Moulin Rouge, recent war films, and teen sex in the movies
Subscriber Access Only The Second Coming of E.T.
an alien Christ figure back to the big screen. Does the movie still work 20 years later? Plus: Critical responses to Blade 2, Taliesin Jones, Sorority Boys, 40 Days and 40 Nights, and Death to Smoochy. And what's this about a revival in Hollywood?
Subscriber Access Only A G-Rated Baseball Movie that Makes Fans of Everyone
The critics start their Year's Best lists early, with the G-rated baseball flick The Rookie. Plus: Panic Room, Death to Smoochy, Clockstoppers, and new reviews of E.T. The Extra Terrestrial and Ghost World
Subscriber Access Only 'Not Just Another Holocaust Movie'
Religious press critics review The Pianist, Just Married, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Love Liza, Max, and other highly acclaimed recent releases. Plus: Criticizing Left Behind, and Regent U's controversial student films.
Subscriber Access Only Good, Bad, and Ugly Christians in the Movies
Readers and film critics remember the best and worst portrayals of Christians on the big screen
Subscriber Access Only The Salvation Army Comes to the Rescue in The Man Without a Past
"Religious press critics respond to The Real Cancun, It Runs in the Family, Identity, Confidence, and Raising Victor Vargas. Plus further views on Holes, Levity, The Good Thief, Laurel Canyon, House of 1,000 Corpses."
Subscriber Access Only "Film Forum: Big-Screen Women Wrestle with Injustice, Mortality, Family Dynamics, and Chainsaws"
Critics review Veronica Guerin, Pieces of April, My Life Without Me, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Runaway Jury. Plus: More on The DaVinci Code, Intolerable Cruelty, Luther, Good Boy!, Kill Bill—Vol. 1, Mystic River, The Gospel of John, the DVD release
Subscriber Access Only "Film Forum: Lions, Luther, and Living In This World"
"Director Tim McCanlies talks about Secondhand Lions. Plus: What Christian critics are saying about In This World, Luther, The Rundown, Duplex, Under the Tuscan Sun, American Splendor, The Gospel of John, and the Toronto and Vancouver film festivals"
Subscriber Access Only To Be a Better Man
Big stars in big movies storm the box office, but little animated Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius stands up to the competition
Subscriber Access Only Big Screen America
Critics' and readers' favorite movies for Independence Day, plus a review roundup for Mr. Deeds, Hey Arnold! and Men in Black 2.
Subscriber Access Only A Week of Bloody Revenge
Kill Bill Vol. 2 and The Punisher indulge audience appetites for violence, while Connie and Carla "validate" homosexual behavior. Plus more reviews of Hellboy, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, the Matrix trilogy, and The Gospel of John.
Subscriber Access Only Alexander and The Kranks Leave Critics Cranky
Alexander's not so great. Christmas with the Kranks makes critics cranky. But A Very Long Engagement dazzles. Plus more reviews of The Polar Express, National Treasure, Finding Neverland and Sideways.
Subscriber Access Only Christian Comedian Hoodwinks the Box Office
Christian critics celebrate Hoodwinked! and Glory Road, and grumble about Tristan and Isolde and Last Holiday. Plus, more reviews of Grizzly Man and Munich.
Subscriber Access Only Critics Face Giants ...and Each Other
Christian film critics clash over Facing the Giants, praise The Science of Sleep, and review The Guardian, Open Season, and School for Scoundrels. Plus, a new review of Half Nelson.
Subscriber Access Only Critics Toast a Wedding
Critics respond to My Big Fat Greek Wedding, The Believer, feardotcom, Undisputed, Mostly Martha, Little Secrets, and One Hour Photo. Plus, readers make suggestions for future Jesus movies, and a new development in the DGA/Clean Flicks clash
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