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— Jack Lemmon, Out to Sea

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The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

The Life Aquatic becomes more dear and more impressive the more you learn about it —Marty Mapes (DVD review...)

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  • Rock the Kasbah (2015)

    Murray Rocks the Kasbah Review by Matt Anderson: It takes a while to acclimate to Rock the Kasbah’s sensibilities.

    Review by Robert Denerstein: A pointless outing, despite a few chuckles

  • Wish I Was Here (2014)

    Hudson and Braff Wish I Was there Review by Robert Denerstein: Braff directs a Soggy sitcom of a movie

  • The Reluctant Fundamentalist (2013)

    Ahmed is a Reluctant Fundamentalist Review by Marty Mapes: Novelistic film wants to spark discussion about race and fear

    Review by Robert Denerstein: Flashes of a great novel don't overcome missteps

  • Something Borrowed (2011)

    Review by Robert Denerstein: Two weddings, neither deserves much of an RSVP

  • Nine (2009)

    Review by Robert Denerstein: Movie not worthy of the Oscar-heavy cast

  • Raising Helen (2004)

    Kate Hudson tries Raising Helen Review by Risë Keller: Kate Hudson is the bright spot in this bittersweet romantic comedy that just stops short of maudlin

  • Le Divorce (2003)

    Hudson and Watts try to save Le Divorce Review by Matt Anderson: A painfully dull, highly pretentious and shockingly incoherent mess of a movie

  • How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003)

    Hudson figures How to Lose McConaughey in 10 Days Review by Matt Anderson: Enough holes in the story to sink any hopeless romantic's heart

  • The Four Feathers (2002)

    Djimon Hounsou helps return The Four Feathers Review by Marty Mapes: A new version with social commentary or a statement about imperialism? Nope. Just a remake.

  • Almost Famous (2000)

    Patrick Fugit is Almost Famous Review by Matt Anderson: A movie with heart, one of the best of 2000

    DVD review by Risë Keller: Director Cameron Crowe extends his autobiographical homage to 70s rock