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Tasteful and gorgeously photographed coming-of-age story. Read full review
This charming tale of a quartet of Australian orphans who share a life-altering holiday in the 1960s should appeal to sentimental adults old enough to wax nostalgic over their own adolescences. Read full review
The film's dramatic moments are small but exquisitely rendered so that you feel the emotions experienced so many years ago. The film lingers afterward in your mind like a favorite vacation that triggered moments of sheer intensity. Read full review
The filmmakers can't decide whether to trust the period innocence of the book (and play down their casting coup) or let the young man rip as a preteen-babe magnet... So December Boys splits the difference -- safely, dully. Read full review
The movie is mildly notorious for a (relatively chaste) scene in which Radcliffe's character loses his virginity. But if you're looking to watch this former child star grownup, track down his classic guest turn on TV's "Extras" instead. Read full review
A problematic memory play, shot through with honey-colored nostalgia, that backs nervously into darker matters. Read full review
The movie would pour nicely onto a thick stack of pancakes. Read full review
Juvenile viewers may well benefit from the movie. But, for the adult, it’s ultimately a film that arrives too early for the season in its title and too late in terms of style and impact. Read full review
Oversaturated with sweetness and light. Read full review
There seem to be two movies going on here at the same time, and December Boys would have been better off going all the way with one of them. Read full review
This is the worst Harry Potter movie ever.
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