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Laughs in ‘Evan Almighty’ not much beyond what’s seen in previews

"Evan Almighty" is a fun movie that is surprisingly wholesome. Although it's promoted as a sequel to "Bruce Almighty," the movie stands on its own. Morgan Freeman ("Shawshank Redemption," "The Power of One") still plays God, but Steve Carell's ("Little Miss Sunshine," "The Office") character, Evan Baxter, has a complete overhaul.

‘At World’s End’ perfect ending to oddball trilogy

Fans of Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp, "Finding Neverland," "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory") and his cohorts will not be disappointed. While "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" has a different tone than its predecessors, it is still the perfect conclusion to the trilogy.

“Shrek the Third” still funny but lacks luster

How many times can a movie with the same characters spoofing the same subject be funny? Apparently two-and-a-half times. There were certainly funny tidbits to be found and enjoyed throughout "Shrek the Third," but this third incarnation of the characters lacked the same sparkle.

‘Knocked Up’ proves crude in romance department

The packed theater could mislead anyone into thinking that "Knocked Up" is a good movie for a date. It's not. Rather than the typical romantic comedy, this movie was nothing like the previews led audiences to believe. The humor was extremely crass, and the outlook on love in the 21st century was bleak.

‘Ocean’s 13’ falls short of thrills in third film

The boys are definitely back, but the chemistry that worked for the first two films falls flat. While the movie is still fun, the plot is too convoluted, stretched out too long and too thin. In this round, Reuben (Elliot Gould, "Playing Mona Lisa," "Kim Possible"), one of the original 11, is double-crossed by his new partner, Willie Bank (Al Pacino, "Donnie Brasco," "The Devil's Advocate"), and Reuben has a near-fatal heart attack after losing everything.

‘Rise of the Silver Surfer’ visually stimulating but light on content

Thankfully, "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer" is much better than its predecessor. It is better written and has better special effects. Yet even with those working in its favor, the film still leaves the audience unsatisfied.

‘Hot Fuzz’ hilarious sendup of cop flicks

Fans of the sleeper hit "Shaun of the Dead" will not be disappointed by "Hot Fuzz." The second pairing of the writing, directing and acting talents of Edgar Wright ("Shaun of the Dead," "A Fistful of Fingers") and Simon Pegg ("Shaun of the Dead," "Mission: Impossible III") is worth the watch.

Dark, romantic ‘Disturbia’ a stunning masterpiece

You cannot watch 'Disturbia' without comparing it to Alfred Hitchcock's classic film "Rear Window." Despite claims to the contrary, this is a remake of that film and an incredible one at that. From the opening lines of the film you know you're in for a special treat.

‘The Reaping’ performs a minor miracle for a B-movie

Finally, here is a thriller with religious themes that doesn't fall back on clich?s or cheesy plots! Despite what seems to be the obvious storyline advertised in the previews, this movie has many surprises in store for the viewer and isn't quite what one would expect.

‘Meet the Robinsons’ a delight for young and old

Viewers who expect the typical Disney film might be a little disappointed with "Meet the Robinsons." There is no good versus evil, or true love conquering all, in this film. But "Meet the Robinsons" manages to capture a sense of the good old days of Disney, while focusing on the future.

Graphic novel adaptation ‘300’ a raging success

Although movies based on comic books are becoming more popular, they still aren't considered very mainstream and generally haven't been very successful. Some superhero films have certainly pulled ahead of the pack ("X-Men" and "Spider-Man" come to mind) and brought in soaring box-office numbers, but for the most part, many true comic book adaptations have been financial failures.

Chaotic ‘Zodiac’ mystery killed by failure to thrill

It's always incredibly difficult to write and produce a film based on true events. As "Hollywoodland" proved, it is even more difficult when it's based on an unsolved mystery. The Zodiac killer is one of America's most infamous unsolved mysteries, spanning several decades of investigation.

Poor storytelling in ‘Ghost Rider’ vanquished by hot visual effects

After a five-month delay, Ghost Rider has finally gotten his boney butt into theaters. Pushed back from its initial August opening, Ol' Flamehead has been tantalizing his anxious fans for over a year and a half. Now that this most badass of comic book characters has arrived, fans will flock to theaters in droves, but anyone not already enamored with "Ghost Rider" will have difficulty enjoying the film.

‘Norbit’ exploits tired fat stereotypes in failed film

With a pending Oscar nomination for a serious role in "Dreamgirls," Eddie Murphy proves in "Norbit" that he can still make a bomb. Mild-mannered Norbit (Eddie Murphy, "The Haunted Mansion," "Daddy Day Care") is compelled into a relationship with Rasputia (also Eddie Murphy).

Mother doesn’t know best in ‘Because I Said So’

"Because I Said So" can't decide if it's a warm-hearted romance or a slapstick comedy, and it suffers in both genres. A meddlesome mother, Daphne (Diane Keaton, "Something's Gotta Give," "The Family Stone"), spends a majority of her time worrying about her youngest daughter, Milly (Mandy Moore, "American Dreamz," "Saved!"), because Milly doesn't have a successful relationship in her life.

‘Robots’ short on plot, long on zany fun

“Robots,” the new computer graphics animated comedy from 20th Century Fox, utilizes the same formula that “Shark Tale” screwed up so thoroughly a couple...

‘Shark Tale’ dead in the water

Too many chefs spoil the broth. “Shark Tale,” the new computer-animated movie from Dreamworks Animation, is a prime example of that aphorism becoming reality....