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[Our Sunday Visitor, April 6, 2003]
Bringing Down the House

There are many ways a movie can be bad. It can be badly written, badly acted, badly filmed; it can have a bad plot, a bad premise, or a bad message. "Bringing Down the House" is bad in all these conventional ways, but then invents new ways to be bad, and sets race relations back forty years. It's the decathlon of badness.

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