Readers Respond to A Walk to Remember
After last week's critical mix on A Walk to Remember, readers and viewers turn in their own views. Plus: Critical views on Birthday Girl and Slackers, and Part Two of our 2002 Preview.
Adventures in Poetry and Surfing
Critics respond to Blue Crush, Possession, The Adventures of Pluto Nash, Me Without You, 24 Hour Party People, The Good Girl, XXX, and the upcoming satire Simone. Also: Hollywood directors sue CleanFlicks and another movie about Jesus
Critics Plod Through Gods, Fail to Hail David Gale
God gets mentioned a lot in Gods and Generals. But is it a good movie? Plus, reviews of The Life of David Gale, Dark Blue, The Pianist, Gangs of New York, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, City of God, and Daredevil
Pop Goes the Musical
"Moulin Rouge stirs critics into several debates, plus reviews of The Animal, What's The Worst That Could Happen? and Startup.com."
"Critics weigh in on what makes nudity in film wrong, right, and R-rated"
Nuclear Blast Equals Box Office Boom
"What Christian and mainstream critics are saying about The Sum of All Fears, Undercover Brother, The Climb, Thirteen Conversations about One Thing, Insomnia, and Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron."
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."
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"
"Film Forum: Critics Rocked by Jack Black, Gored by Tarantino"
Religious press critics attend The School of Rock, Kill Bill—Vol. 1, Out of Time, The Station Agent, and Wonderland. More reviews arrive for Luther, Secondhand Lions, and Matchstick Men. Plus: More Passion debate, farewells for Elia Kazan, a report from t
Radio Gets Poor Reception
"Tolkien fans grab tickets to Trilogy Tuesday, and what religious critics are saying about Beyond Borders, Sister Helen, Scary Movie 3, horror movies, Brother Bear, other current releases."