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click to enlarge SAVING PRIVATE COLLECTIONS Clooney's earnest but inert war story packs the punch of an art appreciation class.

SAVING PRIVATE COLLECTIONS Clooney's earnest but inert war story packs the punch of an art appreciation class.

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The Coast Halifax The Monuments Men Ooh, ya burnt by Tara Thorne 02/06/2014
The North Coast Journal Weekly Lego Blocked Monument stands tall, Vampire flunks by John J. Bennett 02/13/2014
East Bay Express The Monuments Men Unsafe European home. by Kelly Vance 02/05/2014
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Creative Loafing Tampa The Monuments Men invade the multiplex George Clooney leads a talented cast into battle, but can they win the war? by Joe Bardi 02/07/2014
Portland Mercury Bratwurst Party Going to war with The Monuments Men. by Erik Henriksen 02/05/2014
Colorado Springs Independent Some clunkiness aside, The Monuments Men paints an important mission While it's no Saving Private Ryan, Clooney's film understands that timing and circumstance can strip away a life in a single moment. by Glenn Heath Jr. 02/05/2014
Inlander All-Star History Clooney assembles one of the best casts in recent memory for The Monuments Men by Ed Symkus 02/06/2014
Gambit Review: The Monuments Men Ken Korman says George Clooney's World War II-set film is a caper comedy of non sequiturs by Ken Korman 02/11/2014
The North Coast Journal Weekly Growing Boys Labor misses, Awkward aims low by John J. Bennett 02/06/2014
LA Weekly George Clooney's Actors Are Almost Good Enough to Save The Monuments Men Art may not be more important than human lives. But on the list of things that mean something to human lives, across centuries, it ranks pretty high. That's what's so compelling about the story of the Monuments Men, a group of people from 13 nations who volunteered to protect cultural... by Stephanie Zacharek 02/06/2014
Creative Loafing Charlotte The Monuments Men: Artful Dodger Rating: **1/2 by Matt Brunson 02/07/2014

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