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Cartoon car talk

Cartoon car talk

By Andrew Coffin
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Movies | Cars is not among Pixar's best films, but it is still good animated entertainment

The Break-Up

The Break-Up

By Andrew Coffin
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Movies | The results are decidedly mixed, but were it not so crass, this film might actually have qualified as a decent film

X-Men: The Last Stand

By Andrew Coffin
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Movies | With director Brett Ratner at the helm, the series sinks into overblown, special-effects-laden silliness

The Omen

By Andrew Coffin
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Movies | It's hard to come up with a good reason why Twentieth Century Fox decided to remake the landmark 1976 horror film

The Lost City

The Lost City

By Andrew Coffin
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Movies | This 16-years-in-the-making project by director Andy Garcia all but oozes with conviction

Over the Hedge

By Andrew Coffin
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Movies | It's not Pixar quality, but this animated cartoon is amiable entertainment

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 Da Vinci Code

The Da Vinci Code

By Andrew Coffin
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Movies | Dan Brown's frontal assault on the church is softened in Ron Howard's film

Haunted house

By Andrew Coffin
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Television | An American Haunting features what may be the only 360-degree horse-drawn carriage aerial flip you'll ever see on film. This ludicrous stunt is the only…

United 93

United 93

By Andrew Coffin
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Movies | Although rated R, this film is about as good a recounting of the Sept. 11 events as one could have hoped for from Hollywood

Joyeux Noël

Joyeux Noël

By Andrew Coffin
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Movies | This imperfect but moving film is a nominee for best foreign film

The Wild

The Wild

By Andrew Coffin
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Movies | This film shows why Disney put Pixar in charge of its animated division

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