A tribute to clueless teens: ‘The Myth of The American Sleepover’ fails to leverage its time-warp feel.
A giddy paean to the soundscape of Naples: Actor John Turturro’s ‘Passione’ documentary is anything but straightforward.
Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake's 'Friends with Benefits' rehashes the old friends-or-lovers dilemma, with predictable results.
Despite lots of hype, Captain America is just another cookie cutter comic book movie from the Marvel assembly line.
In 'Salvation Boulevard,' a great cast can't save this misfiring satire about suburban Evangelicals.
Documentary maker Errol Morris is back with the curious tale of Joyce McKinney.
In the slums of South Africa, a young girl's resilience shines through.
Eight films and $2 billion later, a poignant send-off for 'the boy who lived.'
A chimp experiment gone awry, 'Project Nim' takes an unsettling look at the life of a young chimp raised in a human family.
In 'Zookeeper,' the animals break their code of silence to help their caretaker with his love life, but the script is so unfunny and uninspired, you wish they hadn't.
'Horrible Bosses' takes frat humor to the work place, in this crude comedy that resurrects the 'Hangover' formula.
Cast as a thriller, 'The Ledge' follows the escalating clash of wills between a Christian fundamentalist and an atheist, both in love with the same woman.
The narrow focus of 'Page One: Inside The New York Times' fails to do justice to the Gray Lady, devoting almost all its energy to four guys on the relatively new media desk.
An overweight school misfit and an 'understanding' vice principal bond in 'Terri,' a high school drama with equal parts drabness and low-key comedy.
Julia Roberts and Tom Hanks fail to generate much chemistry in this romantic comedy about the affable, jobless Larry Crowne, who goes back to school to improve his prospects. Julia Roberts plays one of his instructors.
Shia LaBeouf returns as Sam Witwicky in this third installment, 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon.'
For some quality bonding time with your family this summer, pop in one of these family classics from the last decade that are sure to delight toddlers, teens, and parents alike.
'Cars 2' is marginally better than 'Cars' and pulls in some familiar voices, such as Larry the Cable Guy and Owen Wilson.
French comedy 'The Names of Love' mixes gravitas and friskiness to the point of becoming annoyingly superficial.
‘A Better life’ puts a human face on the struggle of illegal immigrants with the story of a Mexican father trying to raise his wayward son.
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