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A question of taste

By Andrew Coffin
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Movies | The Hollywood awards season is useful first and foremost as a gauge of what the industry thinks is important

Hoodwinked into success

Hoodwinked into success

By Andrew Coffin
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Culture | Writer-director Cory Edwards found a new path to Grandmother's house-and a hit animated film

Nanny McPhee

Nanny McPhee

By Andrew Coffin
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Movies | Emma Thompson stars in a film she wrote

Grizzly Man

Grizzly Man

By Andrew Coffin
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Movies | A documentary of environmental activist Timothy Treadwell excels in its harsh reality

The New World

By Andrew Coffin
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Movies | Those with the patience to make it to the story's conclusion may be surprised

Glory Road

Glory Road

By Andrew Coffin
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Movies | What this film lacks in gritty realism, it makes up for in audience-pleasing competence

Hoodwinked

Hoodwinked

By Andrew Coffin
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Movies | This animated film offers plenty for adults to enjoy, but almost none of it is at the expense of the movie's intended audience

Munich

By Andrew Coffin
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Movies | Steven Spielberg has his own points to make here, and he uses the film's fictional protagonist to reflect his own ideas

Kong

By Andrew Coffin
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Movies | Peter Jackson and his Weta Workshop crew again set the standard for convincing special effects that integrate seamlessly with a compelling story

Beyond the Wardrobe

Beyond the Wardrobe

By Andrew Coffin
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Movies | Narnia gatekeeper Douglas Gresham isn't surprised by success

Syriana and Paradise Now

By Andrew Coffin
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Movies | A look at how two new films confront the Middle East issue

The chronicles of making Narnia

By Andrew Coffin
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A few cheeseburgers and cheesy productions later, the Christian classic finally comes to life on the screen

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