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(D) Gigli

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MPAA Rating:     Audience: Mature High Schooler
This misbegotten mess is less a movie than a string of over-the-top audition monologues, those random set-pieces designed to show off an actor's facility with language and attitude. Those can be e...

(D) The Girl Next Door

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MPAA Rating:     Audience: Mature High Schooler
This is a romantic fantasy about a straight arrow high school senior who falls for the girl next door, a porn star. That's not the most offensive part, though. It is a shameless rip-off of the fa...

(D) Godzilla

Genre: Science-Fiction
MPAA Rating: PG-13     Audience: Kindergarten - 3rd Grade
The classic Japanese monster film has been updated by the team that produced and directed "Stargate" and "Independence Day," and what we get is basically "Jurassic Park" with one very, very big din...

(D) Good Luck Chuck

Genre: Romance
MPAA Rating: R     Audience: Mature High Schooler
At age 10, following an awkward Spin the Bottle encounter, a little goth girl puts a hex on Charlie so that he will be surrounded by love but never find it himself. But it is the audience who will ...

(D) Grind

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MPAA Rating:     Audience: Mature High Schooler
The press materials for this movie explain that "grind" refers to a particularly spectacular skateboarding move. In my case, it referred to what my teeth were doing as I had to sit through this du...

(D) Grown Ups

Genre: Gross-out
MPAA Rating: PG-13     Audience: Mature High Schooler
Adam Sandler fans would do well to re-watch "The Wedding Singer" or "Happy Gilmore" rather than suffer through this excruciating mess of gross-out humor, eww-inspiring vulgarity, and soppy sentimen...

(D) Grudge Match

Genre: Sports
MPAA Rating: PG-13     Audience: Mature High Schooler
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(D) Gulliver's Travels

Genre: Remake
MPAA Rating: PG     Audience: Kindergarten - 3rd Grade
A cringe-inducing catastrophe with all of the appeal of fingernails on blackboard, this movie's first early warning sign should have been the omission of Jonathan Swift from the opening credits. <...

(D) A Guy Thing

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MPAA Rating:     Audience: Mature High Schooler
If you made a copy of a copy of a copy of “Meet the Parents” and then ran it through one of those script-generating software programs advertised in the back of movie magazines, you might come o...



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