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Subscriber Access Only Worldwide Webbed Wonder Reviews
What critics are saying about Spider-Man, Amadeus—The Director's Cut, Time Out, Hollywood Ending, Deuces Wild, The Piano Teacher, and The Salton Sea
Subscriber Access Only A Good Man Is Hard to Find at the Movies
"Critics consider an egomaniac in Phone Booth, a hit man in Assassination Tango, a vengeful cop in A Man Apart, and a foul-mouthed comic in DysFunktional Family. Meanwhile, The Guys shows real heroes and a good father turns out to be What a Girl Wants."
Subscriber Access Only Massive Blackout Saves a Few Moviegoers from Freddy vs. Jason
"Religious press critics say nobody wins in Freddy vs. Jason, and review Kevin Costner's western Open Range, The Secret Lives of Dentists, Uptown Girls, and Grind. Seattle Pacific University asks What's wrong with Hollywood? Plus: More on The Magdalene S"
Subscriber Access Only An Inspiring Journey for All Americans
What critics are saying about the exhilarating and inspiring America's Heart and Soul, the murky The Clearing, and the dissatisfying De-Lovely. Plus: More reviews of Spider-man 2 and Fahrenheit 9/11, and a new look at The Decalogue.
Subscriber Access Only Ray Rocks the House, Foxx Aims for Oscar
Critics rave for Ray, but slice up Saw. Plus, Birth, Around the Bend, and more reviews of Primer and Woman, Thou Art Loosed.
Subscriber Access Only Express Route to Incredible Family Entertainment
Christian film critics celebrate The Incredibles and ride on The Polar Express, while also reviewing Alfie, Sideways, and Undertow. Plus, more reviews of Birth, Head in the Clouds, and Ray.
Subscriber Access Only LB OK, Dreamer Delightful, Doom Dumb
Christian critics OK with Left Behind: World at War, cheer for Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story and North Country, fire on Doom, puzzle over Stay, and turn in more reviews of Elizabethtown, Good Night, and Good Luck, and Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.
Subscriber Access Only Bankers, Monkeys, & Panthers ...Oh Why?
Firewall collapses on the audience, Curious George intrigues young kids, The Pink Panther falls short of its inspiration, Final Destination 3 isn't final enough, and The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada wins a rave.
Subscriber Access Only Did Brokeback Kill the Western? Hardly.
Christian film critics praise The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada, applaud 16 Blocks, and find Aquamarine "sweet." Plus, Night Watch, Ultraviolet, and Dave Chapelle's Block Party, and further reviews of The New World and Tsotsi.
Subscriber Access Only Marines, Magic, Marie, and a Mustang
Christian film critics have mixed feelings about Flags of Our Fathers, The Prestige, Flicka, Marie Antoinette, and Infamous. Plus, the return of The Nightmare Before Christmas.
Subscriber Access Only Christian Critics Split on Second Harry Potter
Harry Potter's return reignites debate among religious press reviewers. Plus: Half Past Dead, The Emperor's Club, Far from Heaven, 8 Mile, and Tuck Everlasting
Subscriber Access Only Antwone Fisher Faces Fears, Schmidt Despairs
Critics respond to Antwone Fisher, About Schmidt, Catch Me If You Can, The Wild Thornberries, Two Weeks Notice, The 25th Hour, Evelyn, Nicholas Nickleby, Gangs of New York, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, and Star Trek: Nemesis
Subscriber Access Only Fish Tale Fin-tastic, but How Mighty Is Bruce ?
Religious film critics look at Finding Nemo, Bruce Almighty, The In-Laws, The Matrix Reloaded, Daddy Day Care, and The Dancer Upstairs
Subscriber Access Only "Film Forum: Commanders, Cartoons, and Columbine"
"The extended edition of The Two Towers arrives, while Christian film critics set sail with Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, Looney Tunes: Back in Action, Elephant, Tupac: Resurrection, The Barbarian Invasions, previous releases Shattered G"
Subscriber Access Only Critics Thrilled by Spidey, Unpersuaded by Michael Moore
Spider-Man 2 gets 4-star reviews from Christian film critics, but Fahrenheit 9/11 is not hot. Plus raves for the family-friendly Two Brothers, rants about White Chicks, and tears over The Notebook.
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