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Wary About HarrySubscriber Access Only
Is the big-screen Harry Potter as delightful as the one in the book? And should you be worried about his witchcraft? Critics and viewers respond.
A Beautiful What ?Subscriber Access Only
The Golden Globes honored A Beautiful Mind this week, a true story that tells very little truth. Also: Black Hawk Down— just a bunch of combat scenes? I Am Sam's Sean Penn—begging for an Oscar? Orange County— not another teen movie? Snow Dogs—a must see
Looking Back, Leaping ForwardSubscriber Access Only
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
A G-Rated Baseball Movie that Makes Fans of EveryoneSubscriber Access Only
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
Bawdy BlockbusterSubscriber Access Only
What critics are saying about Austin Powers, Country Bears, Signs, Lovely and Amazing, Tadpole, The Kid Stays in the Picture, and more reviews of K-19: The Widowmaker and Sunshine State
Is a Clean Movie Unrealistic?Subscriber Access Only
Christian film reviewers look at Little Secrets, Simone, One Hour Photo, and Serving Sara, and readers debate movie-editing software.
Haircut Chats and Harvard BratsSubscriber Access Only
What Christian critics are saying about Barbershop, Stealing Harvard, One Hour Photo, Swimfan, and City by the Sea. Plus news on future films about Christians: Hell House and Saved
Garden-Variety Heroes Delight CriticsSubscriber Access Only
Veggie Tales scores with religious and mainstream media alike. What critics are saying about Hell House and Red Dragon. Plus: Why Christian moviegoers should discover Ingmar Bergman.
The Lord of the Rings: The Two TowersSubscriber Access Only
The second Lord of the Rings film raises the spiritual stakes.
The Best Films of 2002Subscriber Access Only
The year saw a trend in despair, anger, and revenge at the cinema. Critics and readers weigh in on their favorite depictions of it.
Chicago's Razzle-Dazzle Runs Rings Around Other Oscar NomineesSubscriber Access Only
Woe to the Academy, a preview of Daredevil, Fuller Seminary promotes Gods and Generals, and critics respond to How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Shanghai Knights, Deliver Us from Eva, and Russian Ark.
Daredevil Is Not Your Friendly Neighborhood SuperheroSubscriber Access Only
Daredevil may care, but do critics? Plus: Religious media reviewers examine The Jungle Book 2, The Man Without a Past, The Quiet American, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, and Shanghai Knights
Throwing Stones at a SinnerSubscriber Access Only
"Does The Widow of St. Pierre depict Christlike mercy or an abhorrent offense to justice? Plus: Spy Kids makes the theater safe for the whole family, and critics respond to The Tailor of Panama, Someone Like You, Tomcats, and Series 7."
"Run, Run, Chomp, Chomp"Subscriber Access Only
Critics sink their teeth into Jurassic Park 3 and America's Sweethearts. Plus a question about movie profanities
So-So Ya-YaSubscriber Access Only
"Critics weigh the pros and cons of Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, while very few like Bad Company. Also: Cherish, Atanajuart—The Fast Runner, a video game version of Black Hawk Down, a discussion of admirable action heroes, and a sneak peek at Th"
Everybody RunsSubscriber Access Only
"What Christian critics are saying about Minority Report, The Bourne Identity, Windtalkers, and Scooby-Doo. Plus: Narnia vs. His Dark Materials"
Seabiscuit Comes in FifthSubscriber Access Only
"Christian critics rate Seabiscuit, Lara Croft: The Cradle of Life, Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over, Northfork, and Masked and Anonymous. Plus, the debate over Mel Gibson's film about Jesus intensifies"
Look What The Cat in the Hat Dragged InSubscriber Access Only
"Critics rate Dr. Seuss's The Cat in the Hat, 21 Grams, Gothika, upcoming films, and Master and Commander. Dick Staub writes about the 'art' of Christian filmmaking. Plus: More Passion controversy and reader/critic responses to The Lord of the Rings: The T"
"Film Forum: Big-Screen Women Wrestle with Injustice, Mortality, Family Dynamics, and Chainsaws"Subscriber Access Only
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
"Film Forum: Lions, Luther, and Living In This World"Subscriber Access Only
"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"

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