On screen this week: 'Narnia,' 'The Tourist,' 'All Good Things'
Here's how the Post critics ranked this week's releases:
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (PG) "It isn't every kid's movie that wrestles with the subject of faith in a higher power, or sin, or the afterlife. And it isn't every kid's film that can do it so entertainingly." -- Michael O'Sullivan
The Tourist (PG-13) "The high wattage of stars Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie cast the film in a spotlight that would be unflattering for most movies, least of all an insubstantial, tension-free thriller like this." -- John Anderson
I Love You Phillip Morris (R) "The movie strains credulity, at times above and beyond the jaw-dropping events on which it is based." -- Michael O'Sullivan
All Good Things (R) "As absorbing and detailed as 'All Good Things' is, it never manages to levitate beyond tawdry movie-of-the-week voyeurism." -- Ann Hornaday
Marwencol (NR) "[Filmmaker Jeff] Malmberg's thoughtful, compassionate film is about many things -- the mysteries of the brain and the creative spirit, the passions and motives of one idiosyncratic individual. But at its heart, it's about the communities we forge -- real and imagined -- to save our own lives." -- Ann Hornaday
Get the lowdown on more movies this season in Ann Hornaday's Holiday Movie Guide.
| December 10, 2010; 11:15 AM ET
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