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By no means a landmark, but it is a remarkably pleasant surprise -- so few movies aimed for the whole family show an understanding of why it's actually healthy to pretend. Read full review
Superior family fare. Read full review
The result is a much more playable film than recent efforts, though Murphy will have to share the applause with young Yara Shahidi. Read full review
Mr. Murphy rises to every occasion, not only with the crisp wit that has long been his hallmark, but with restraint and tenderness that serve him well. Read full review
While Imagine That falls short of its feel-good aim, its feel-nice vibe is a good Father's Day diversion for Dads and their spawn. Read full review
For the first time since "The Nutty Professor," Eddie Murphy successfully mixes his adult and kid-film personas -- imagine that. Read full review
There's something sweet about the way that Murphy throws himself into this piffle. Thomas Haden Church does too. Read full review
Eddie Murphy in another mediocre family comedy? Imagine that. Read full review
The plot turns distasteful and shrill before its tidy resolution at the close. Read full review
Though Imagine That's message is benign, its adult focus is off-base, and every move feels too familiar, formulaic and telegraphed. Read full review
Someone call Child Protective Services.
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