Antwone Fisher In his directorial debut, Denzel Washington also stars as Jerome Davenport, a navy psychologist to whom a sailor (Derek Luke, above left with Joy Bryant and Washington) opens up to reveal a scarred past. It is based on the autobiography of Antwone Fisher, an acclaimed writer and Hollywood producer who was once a Sony Pictures security guard. Kirk Honeycutt Hollywood Reporter 'What is good about this film is the suggestion to any youth or, for that matter, to any adult haunted by a rotten childhood, that things are never hopeless as long as you continue to struggle with your demons rather than give up . . . The drawback comes from the suggestion that it's not that hard.' Desson Howe Washington Post 'Denzel Washington knows a thing or three about acting. And that experience is the driving force behind Antwone Fisher, an assured directorial debut that goes straight for the tear ducts.' Stephen Holden# New York Times 'A movie so profoundly in touch with its own feelings that it transcends its formulaic tics. If the inspirational ending slaps two too many synthetic cherries on the sundae, the movie still induces the sort of catharsis that leaves you feeling released, enlightened and in deeper touch with humanity.' Just Married Brittany Murphy and Ashton Kutcher play Sarah and Tom, two carefree young people who meet on a beach in Los Angeles, fall into bed that night and get married a few weeks after that. Their honeymoon in Venice turns into a nightmare from hell. Roger Ebert Chicago Sun-Times 'Just Married is an ungainly and witless comedy, made more poignant because its star, Brittany Murphy, made such a strong impression as Eminem's girlfriend in 8 Mile. With her fraught eyes and husky voice, she has a rare quality (I think of Jennifer Jason Leigh) and yet here she's stuck in a dumb sitcom.' Kevin Thomas# Los Angeles Times 'Just Married is of interest only as a product of such generic blandness as to be absolutely airtight: not a whiff of originality or real life has been allowed to spoil its plastic perfection. Ashton Kutcher and Brittany Murphy are attractive and skilled performers as the film's newly-weds, but the movie is so mechanical it's like watching Barbie and Ken dolls going through the motions.'