Thoughtful reviews, the Boulder film scene

" If you ain’t gonna shoot him, Kung Fu his ass or something "
— Chris Tucker, Rush Hour 2

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The Huntsman: Winter's War

Pairing Jessica Chastain with Chris Hemsworth makes for a surprising enchantment. —Matt Anderson (review...)

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Drew Barrymore

  • Blended (2014)

    Barrymore and Sandler get Blended Review by Robert Denerstein: Juvenile humor and cornball sentiment are hard to digest

  • Big Miracle (2012)

    Barrymore stirs up a Big Miracle Review by Robert Denerstein: A story of big whales and big media

  • Everybody's Fine (2009)

    Beckinsale and De Niro are Fine Review by Robert Denerstein: For all the traveling Frank does, the movie takes us nowhere we haven't been

  • Whip It (2009)

    Page learns to Whip It Review by Robert Denerstein: Barrymore has chosen crowd-pleasing material and proved that she can handle it

  • Music & Lyrics (2007)

    Barrymore & Grant write Music & Lyrics Review by Risë Keller: Hugh sings!

  • Curious George (2006)

    Review by Matt Anderson: An amiable, colorful, and juvenile cinematic adventure

  • Fever Pitch (2005)

    Fallon and Barrymore reach a Fever Pitch Review by Marty Mapes: An enjoyable romantic comedy, and not much more

  • Duplex (2003)

    DVD review by Pablo Kjolseth: With DeVito a viewer can actually have expectations -- these can now be lowered a notch

  • Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003)

    Charlies Angels 2: sequel to a remake Review by Matt Anderson: Like most bimbos, this movie is kinda fun to hang out with for about 90 minutes

  • Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2002)

    Chuck Barris has a Dangerous Mind DVD review by Marty Mapes: Most extra features lack the spark of life, but one gives new appreciation for Clooney as director

    Review by Marty Mapes

  • E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (2002)

    E.T.: The stuff of which goose bumps are made Review by Matt Anderson: Still has the magic to make goose bumps

  • Charlie's Angels (2000)

    Review by Marty Mapes

  • Titan A.E. (2000)

    Blasting off to Titan A.E. Review by Marty Mapes: A timeless story and a feast for the eyes