Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Angel Eyes is the rare film that presents a family dynamic as demented as ones we know from life. Read full review
There's a moving, complicated love story at the center of Angel Eyes. It's too bad a peripheral plot line draws attention away from it. Read full review
A surprisingly effective film. Read full review
Lopez is so remarkably unaffected and guileless that she manages to carry the film through its mood swing, if not successfully to its conclusion. Read full review
Lopez is not yet the actor Caviezel is. Still, she fills her performance with conviction, does a couple of her own stunts, and has enough star presence to fill the big screen. Read full review
A wisp of ghost story that promises insight but is strictly soft focus. Read full review
Shot in Chicago, this is a picture that looks better than it sounds and is made much better than it deserves to be. Read full review
A cumbersome dud, grows draggier with each new revelation. Read full review
A movie about healing that makes us want to scream out, ""Hollywood, heal thyself!" Read full review
A romantic thriller of more than usual ineptitude. Read full review
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