In 'The Last Exorcism,' an evangelist and con man documents his final exorcism on film with a few terrifying surprises.
'Mao’s Last Dancer' plods along predictably.
‘Lebanon’ plays out in the claustrophobic interior of an Israeli tank as hostilities intensify.
In 'Nanny McPhee Returns,' Emma Thompson reprises her kid-wrangling role in WWII England.
Jennifer Aniston plays singleton Kassie, in the new movie 'The Switch,' a pleasant, but predictable end-of-the-summer film.
Stallone, Rourke, and Li pull out all the stops in ‘The Expendables,’ a team of veteran mercenaries who reunite to bring down a drug operation.
A teenager finds himself entangled with his outlaw relatives as the police close in in ‘Animal Kingdom.’
In 'Eat Pray Love,' Julia Roberts plays a newly divorced 30-something in search of herself, based on Elizabeth Gilbert’s memoir.
‘Mugabe and the White African’ traces one family’s fight to save their farm in the face of Mugabe’s brutal tactics.
In 'The Wildest Dream,' climber Conrad Anker retraces George Mallory's Everest expedition at the turn of century, complete with hobnail boots and big overcoats.
Two working stiffs envision the good life with an heiress’s ransom in this taut crime drama.
In 'Middle Men,' Luke Wilson plays a straight-laced Texas businessman who becomes involved with porn stars, Internet hucksters, Russian gangsters, and Vegas con men.
‘Cairo Time,’ with Patricia Clarkson, offers a look into a dalliance in Egypt’s scenic capital.
In 'The Extra Man,' Kevin Kline is terrifically entertaining without being altogether believable.
'The Duel,' based on a Chekhov novella about an aristocrat who brings his married mistress to a Black Sea resort, plays out in a zone where comedy and tragedy are indistinguishable.
Lucy Walker's documentary, 'Countdown to Zero,' takes a chilling look at various nuclear war scenarios.
'Dinner for Schmucks': Paul Rudd and Steve Carell star in a remake of the French farce 'The Dinner Game.'
'Winnebago Man' tells the tale of Jack Rebney, an RV salesman whose expletive-laden sales pitch goes viral, and the man who tracks him down 20 years later.
A sequel of sorts to Todd Solondz’s controversial 1998 film ‘Happiness,’ ‘Life During Wartime’ returns to the characters’ lives a decade later, but with a whole new cast.
In 'Get Low,' a poignant, superbly acted gem, Robert Duvall plays a recluse who throws a party during the Depression.