A geeky warrior-in-training befriends a dragon and flips conventional wisdom on its head in the charming animated movie ‘How to Train Your Dragon.’
'Vincere' follows Mussolini's early rise to power and the little-known story of the wife and child he abandoned along the way.
Swedish thriller ‘The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo,’ based on Stieg Larsson’s popular trilogy, turns on a murder within a tightly knit clan intent on keeping its secrets.
Jude Law and Forest Whitaker star in ‘Repo Men’ -- a gruesome thriller about a futuristic artificial organs business.
‘The Bounty Hunter’ has Gerard Butler in the title role trying to haul in his ex-wife in this slow-moving action/romantic comedy.
A psychological thriller set in South Korea, ‘Mother’ is unpredictable at every turn.
Teen idol Robert Pattinson stars in ‘Remember Me’ as a wealthy New York student trying to find himself.
‘Harlan’ explores a German filmmaker’s Nazi-era propaganda movie and its effect on the extended family down the years.
Set in US-occupied Baghdad, ‘Green Zone’ confronts the WMD fiasco with Matt Damon playing an Army office tracking down the truth.
Oscar winner 'Hurt Locker' beat out 'Avatar' for Best Picture, while Sandra Bullock won Best Actress, beating out 16-time nominee Meryl Streep.
Set in a remote Danish town, ‘Terribly Happy’ follows noirish plot twists as the locals apply their own rule of law.
The Oscar-nominated documentary ‘The Most Dangerous Man in America’ profiles Daniel Ellsberg, the man who leaked the Pentagon Papers.
Cop movie ‘Brooklyn’s Finest’ is a morality tale that puts a bleak cast on the profession.
In Tim Burton’s hybrid ‘Alice in Wonderland,’ Johnny Depp plays a gentlemanly Mad Hatter to a very grown-up Alice.
In 'A Prophet,' a French-Arab teenager hones his skills behind bars to get ahead in the gang world.
Set in the Louisiana bayou, ‘The Yellow Handkerchief’ is a quiet character drama, starring Kristen Stewart and William Hurt.
An homage to buddy-cop movies, ‘Cop Out’ tends to fall flat on comedy as well as character chemistry.
A horror remake, ‘The Crazies’ doesn’t stint on scare tactics and gore.
A crime film set in an Israeli town, 'Ajami' captures with great honesty and energy some of the ethnic snarls between Muslims, Christians, and Jews.
Based on Dennis Lehane’s book, ‘Shutter Island’ uses all the classic horror-film pyrotechnics and old-school frights to build a paranoid atmosphere.