Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Washington, typically, is rock-solid in front of the camera, conveying ample warmth and sympathy. Behind the camera, he's a relatively straightforward storyteller, strategic in his use of lyrical touches. Read full review
Emotionally honest, feel-good saga with a universality that stands out in a season of singularly depressing and cynical Hollywood product. Read full review
A deceptively simple movie with a deeply felt message. Read full review
Antwone Fisher has a confrontation with his past, and a speech to the mother who abandoned him, and a reunion with his family, that create great, heartbreaking, joyous moments. Read full review
Corny. But it's corny in a way that a Hollywood movie about a boy who just wants to go home ought to be corny. Plus when it's done with this much care, corny works for me. Read full review
The uniformly fine performances are a tribute to Washington, who plays the shrink with his customary command. Read full review
Intense but dignified. Read full review
A safety-first, tried-and-true inspirational story that stays the course right down to its "It's a Wonderful Life" ending. Read full review
Affecting but formulaic. Read full review
Has warmth and integrity, but it lacks the urgency of a story that had to be told. Read full review
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