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Mr. Holland's Opus (Stephen Herek, 1995) spacer Mr. Holland's Opus (Stephen Herek, 1995)
BY: Rick Mattson
Be patient with Mr. Hollandís Opus. Plot and character development come out swinging at the bell, but later the story settles, works on you, widens and deepens. Before you know it, youíre drawn unexpectedly into a small epic...

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My Big Fat Greek Wedding (Nia Vardalos, 2002) spacer My Big Fat Greek Wedding (Nia Vardalos, 2002)
BY: Andrew H. Trotter, Jr.
The plot is unoriginal, the performances very good, but not great, the direction pedestrian, the camera work plain, but uninspiring - so why did this movie do so well in the box office?

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Mystic River (Clint Eastwood, 2003) spacer Mystic River (Clint Eastwood, 2003)
BY: Andrew H. Trotter, Jr.
From the opening shot, Clint Eastwood transports us into the life a commonplace neighborhood in Irish urban Boston and shows us life in America, the complex land of lofty, immigrant dreams and dark, tragic realities.

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Nanking (Bill Guttentag & Dan Sturman, 2007) spacer Nanking (Bill Guttentag & Dan Sturman, 2007)
BY: Denis Haack
Nanking is not an entertaining film, though well made and utterly enthralling. It reminds us that the brokenness that plagues Godís world is an evil that resides deep in the human heart.

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Panís Labyrinth (Guillermo del Toro, 2006) spacer Panís Labyrinth (Guillermo del Toro, 2006)
BY: Denis Haack
Pan's Labyrinth is a visual cinematic feast that touches on some of the most human of issues: imagination, brutality, innocence, and importance of choice.

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