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Marmaduke — Film Review

A bland sitcom romp based on the long-running comic strip, "Marmaduke" features wisecracking canines in a beach-set family story.

Handsome Harry — Film Review

The middle-aged male psyche is on view in the pokey, jazz-infused independent film "Handsome Harry," though its theatricality makes one wonder whether it wouldn't have worked better onstage.

Irene in Time — Film Review

Henry Jaglom's "Irene in Time," his 16th as writer-director, is an overly familiar female-centric therapy session shot in picturesque Santa Monica.

Righteous Kill

Director Jon Avnet's police procedural not only marks the first real teaming of screen icons Robert De Niro and Al Pacino but it's also not the wreck some were fearing.

The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything – A VeggieTales Movie

Cannily riding the wave of Disney's blockbuster pirate trilogy, and borrowing heavily as well from Baum's "The Wizard of Oz" and others, this briskly paced voyage should bring the pre-tween set…

September Dawn

Opening in limited release from Black Diamond Pictures, this is a solemn package of historical fiction and an exceedingly old-fashioned one at that. It is also quite controversial among Western…

Black Sheep

A New Zealand production from top to bottom, this bloody, deadpan satire is grossly well-made in all departments and could just catch on if collegians can pull themselves away from "Knocked Up.&quot…

In the Land of Women

This debut feature from writer-director Jonathan Kasdan probably needed more originality than is on display -- it seems a lot like something women could find at home on the WE channel.

Tyler Perry’s Daddy’s Little Girls

Tyler Perry's latest work may be heavy-handed and drearily predictable, but it also should connect with its core audience as solidly as his previous efforts did.

Tyler Perry’s Daddy’s Little Girls

Tyler Perry's latest work may be heavy-handed and drearily predictable, but it also should connect with its core audience as solidly as his previous efforts did.

Norbit

There is doubtless a sizable audience for Eddie Murphy's lowbrow follow-up to 2006's "Dreamgirls," but there is little on display here for DreamWorks (or anyone else) to brag about…