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Rating Title/Year Author
A- The World's End (2013) Jeffrey Overstreet The most grown-up film of the trilogy. ... Instead of giving us characters who find happiness by rediscovering their youth, they show us the folly of resisting adulthood. EDIT
Posted Aug 30, 2013
B+ Mud (2013) Jeffrey Overstreet Mud has a rare big-screen beauty, and its old-fashioned storytelling recalls A River Runs Through It, Night of the Hunter, and Stand By Me. EDIT
Posted Jun 28, 2013
B+ Much Ado About Nothing (2012) Jeffrey Overstreet The film's biggest problem is that its Beatrice, played with spunk and spark by Amy Acker, is far more engaging and enchanting than its Benedick. EDIT
Posted Jun 28, 2013
A- Stories We Tell (2012) Jeffrey Overstreet Polley approaches every character with compassion, intent upon blessing them, and serving the audience with useful questions about how we seek the truth. EDIT
Posted Jun 28, 2013
A- Margaret (2011) Jeffrey Overstreet This is an America in which nobody listens, the end always justifies the means, and it's always the other guy's fault. Blame is tricky when everyone is failing everyone. EDIT
Posted Nov 14, 2012
B+ Brave (2012) Jeffrey Overstreet We've been conditioned to expect a familiar message: 'Follow your heart! You can do anything you set your mind to.' Brave is a rare and wonderful exception. EDIT
Posted Jun 22, 2012
B- Vision: From the Life of Hildegard von Bingen (2009) Jeffrey Overstreet Sukowa gives Hildegard intriguing complexity and an almost irresistible charisma ... but the great [film] about this woman who embraced faith, art, and science is yet to arrive. EDIT
Posted Jun 12, 2012