March 25, 2004 12:06pm EST
Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed is what it is--another action-packed, wacky and fairly authentic send-up of a very silly Saturday morning cartoon TV show.
December 23, 2003 5:20am EST
If you have to sit through another adaptation of Peter Pan, this version is serviceable, if not original, with enough eye candy and enjoyable performances to make it worthwhile.
November 13, 2003 1:17pm EST
It's James Bond! It's Indiana Jones! It's Ocean's Eleven! It's too much. Looney Tunes: Back in Action misses out on a brilliant opportunity to tell a simple story about a rabbit vs. a duck.
November 12, 2003 8:58am EST
A breath of fresh air in a season full of downer dramas and horror films, Love Actually allows you to sit back and enjoy the romantic, comical and bittersweet consequences of being under Cupid's spell.
July 18, 2003 6:22am EST
The plot may be ridiculous and contrived, but Johnny English is still a pretty darn funny movie.
July 10, 2003 11:12am EST
Considering it is based on a Disney theme park attraction, Gore Verbinski's Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl is surprisingly good, but it probably would not have been half as entertaining if it were not for Johnny Depp's commanding performance as Captain Jack Sparrow.
April 25, 2003 6:29am EST
Four Douglases, three generations of dysfunctional family angst, and two decent performances add up to one lukewarm movie in It Runs in the Family.
February 06, 2003 12:14pm EST
The Writers Guild of America, East and west announced the nominations for outstanding achievement in television and radio writing during the 2002 season.
January 31, 2003 12:39pm EST
For a ringside seat at the secret CIA training process, The Recruit delivers a somewhat fascinating view. Yet, if not powered by Colin Farrell's strong performance, the predictable film would ultimately fall flat on its face.
June 21, 2002 6:53am EST
Juwanna Mann, an NBA-meets-Tootsie-type comedy, is a surprisingly funny take on an old story. While it's not outrageously hilarious, Miguel A. Nunez Jr. steals the show as an unlikely cross-dressing hero.