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Jane Boursaw

Jane Boursaw
Jane Boursaw's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Common Sense Media

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2/5 3% Zoom (2006) Dull comic-book fodder for kids.‐ Common Sense Media
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3/5 15% The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (2006) Magical (if mindless) family holiday fun.‐ Common Sense Media
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3/5 38% The Nativity Story (2006) The Bible on the big screen: New take on old tale.‐ Common Sense Media
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4/5 63% The Ant Bully (2006) Cute animated movie with a message for kids.‐ Common Sense Media
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3/5 54% Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny (2006) Yup, it's Jack Black -- with an "R" ... really.‐ Common Sense Media
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4/5 72% Stranger Than Fiction (2006) Touching dramedy is heavy; won't interest most kids.‐ Common Sense Media
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3/5 19% Step Up (2006) Clichéd dance movie with some fun moves.‐ Common Sense Media
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1/5 25% School for Scoundrels (2006) Dismal comedy about nerds trying to be cool.‐ Common Sense Media
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3/5 54% Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006) An action-packed but too-long flick for kids 12+.‐ Common Sense Media
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3/5 48% Open Season (2006) Animated animal buddy flick is crude but funny.‐ Common Sense Media
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4/5 19% One Night With the King (2006) Brave heroine risks it all in biblical epic.‐ Common Sense Media
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1/5 7% Van Wilder: The Rise of Taj (Van Wilder 2) (2006) Lame, horrid sequel is even worse than the first.‐ Common Sense Media
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3/5 40% Nacho Libre (2006) A sweet, offbeat movie about caring for others.‐ Common Sense Media
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4/5 74% Monster House (2006) Frightful fun for tweens and up.‐ Common Sense Media
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2/5 4% Material Girls (2006) A brain-numbing, fluffy flick for tweens.‐ Common Sense Media
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2/5 21% Man of the Year (2006) Lame political comedy misses the mark.‐ Common Sense Media
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3/5 12% Let's Go to Prison (2006) Punk'd star in adult jail-house comedy.‐ Common Sense Media
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3/5 93% Lassie (2006) Schmaltzy return for classic cinema canine.‐ Common Sense Media
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4/5 71% Invincible (2006) Inspiring sports-underdog story for tweens and up.‐ Common Sense Media
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4/5 59% How to Eat Fried Worms (2006) A gross-out movie with a sweet story.‐ Common Sense Media
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4/5 75% Happy Feet (2006) Ultra-cute kid flick has a few scary, emotional moments.‐ Common Sense Media
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4/5 51% For Your Consideration (2006) Improv master Guest takes on Tinseltown.‐ Common Sense Media
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4/5 54% Flicka (2006) Classic book gallops to the big screen.‐ Common Sense Media
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3/5 41% Everyone's Hero (2006) A bland feel-good flick with a positive message.‐ Common Sense Media
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2/5 20% Employee of the Month (2006) Predictable, crude comedy aimed at teens.‐ Common Sense Media
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2/5 6% Deck the Halls (2006) Makes us miss those Home Alone days...‐ Common Sense Media
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4/5 76% Catch a Fire (2006) Gritty apartheid drama pushes PG-13 limits.‐ Common Sense Media
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2/5 22% Barnyard (2006) A re-hash of tired cliches and CGI effects.‐ Common Sense Media
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3/5 34% Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker (2006) Teen spy hero makes leap from book to screen.‐ Common Sense Media
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3/5 26% A Good Year (2006) Predictable but pleasant movie for teens and up.‐ Common Sense Media
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