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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

Beyond the Wardrobe

Beyond the Wardrobe

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

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

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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