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Balancing act

Balancing act

By Andrew Coffin
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Video | Brick straddles adult and teen worlds well, but violence tips it over

Duma

Duma

By Andrew Coffin
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Video | It won't line Blockbuster's new-release shelves, but this fine, all-audience film is finally available to families across the country

The Ten Commandments

The Ten Commandments

By Andrew Coffin
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Video | ABC releases 50th anniversary DVD of Cecil B. DeMille's classic

Making old favorites new again

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Video | A sampling of some recent special edition releases

Man on Fire

By Andrew Coffin
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Video | Despite its brutal violence and strong language, Man on Fire challenges its audience's taste for vengeance and relies on some surprisingly complex spiritual…

Primer

By Andrew Coffin
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Video | Made for a measly $7,000, new filmaker Shane Carruth offers a lot of bang for the buck

Where the Red Fern Grows and Mickey

Where the Red Fern Grows and Mickey

By Andrew Coffin
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Video | These two intriguing family films prove to be the exception to often dismal direct-to-DVD releases

Ray

By Andrew Coffin
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Video | Jamie Foxx gives a career-making performance as music great Ray Charles

Return of the King

Return of the King

By Gene Edward Veith
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Video | With so much more material, this Return of the King is, in effect, a different movie from the version that won 11 Oscars

Luther

By Gene Edward Veith
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Video | Most notable in this vivid re-creation of Reformation history is the high-powered cast

Virtual intensity

Virtual intensity

By Joshua Lipton
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Video | Terminology in the Halo games ¬≠borrows liberally from Christian themes, but the plot lines are what you would expect from Hollywood

The Three Musketeers

The Three Musketeers

By Andrew Coffin
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Video | Although the cartoon doesn't break any new ground, many will find it more enjoyable than Disney's bigger-budget releases

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