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Heaven Is for Real
3 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A clumsy attempt at making a 4-year old's near death experience and his telling of of what he saw into a movie so compelling it will convert unbelievers. It is well acted and the scenarios it presents are conceivable, however the raw emotional value for Christians will probably underwhelm the unchurched masses. Thoughtful and thought provoking but moves slowly and is a bit too long.

Bad Teacher
Bad Teacher (2011)
3 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Cameron Diaz tries extremely hard to make this an enjoyable movie and just barely succeeds. Her character is not very likeable which made this endeavor even harder. A shallow, gold digger temporarily works as a teacher until her marriage to a wealthy man comes through. The man - through his mother - figures out it is all about the money and calls it off. The remainder of the movie is about the shallow, gold digger trying to earn enough money to buy a boob job so she can land any other man with money. The natural charm of Diaz, coupled with the exuberance of the performance by Lucy Punch give it a just passing grade.

The Tourist
The Tourist (2010)
13 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

The story moves too slowly, but it is interesting and Depp and Jolie are well suited to their roles. There is kind of a smoldering intensity to their characterizations that others have mistaken for lack of chemistry. I found them to be delightful together. The story has some twists, but none too surprising. An enjoyable if somewhat relaxed action movie.

Payback: Straight Up
22 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

This was totally unbelievable - from the main character's return from his demise to the final scene, none of it could be taken seriously. However, I'm a huge fan of Gibson, the actor (as opposed to Gibson the person), andI love me some Maria Bello any chance I can watch her. Both were quite credible int heir portrayals of these inconceivably stupid characters. Because of these two, I actually enjoyed the finished product.