'Margaret,' about a young girl (Anna Paquin) who believes herself partially responsible for a fatal bus accident, has a stellar cast but struggles for coherence.
In the comedy '50/50,' Seth Rogen plays a social misfit trying to comfort a friend (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) with a tough medical diagnosis.
'Silent Souls' is a nice change from fast-paced Hollywood, but moves a little too slowly.
'Machine Gun Preacher' has a fascinating story but makes its main character, played by Gerard Butler, one-dimensional.
The story of 'Killer Elite,' about an ex-Navy SEAL, is an endless series of fights with half-baked performances.
Brad Pitt's great, but the movie, 'Moneyball,' glorifies baseball strategy a little too much.
George Clooney film captures attention, along with a new Neil Young documentary.
'Bobby Fischer Against the World' explores the paranoia-fueled life of the intellectually brilliant chess champion.
In the Norwegian comedy 'Happy, Happy,' an eternal optimist in an affectionless marriage finds it hard to keep her spirits up when the 'perfect couple' moves in next door.
Set in an upscale New England boarding school, 'Tanner Hall' is a coming-of-age tale, full of rivalries and illicit romance.
Kristin Scott Thomas stars in this kinky thriller of corporate one-upmanship.
'Warrior' pits two brothers against each other in the ring as a family struggles for reconciliation.
'Contagion': a bio-thriller that comes off as a fright film, with a few quietly moving moments.
'Seven Days in Utopia,' a golf movie with a spiritual spin, has Robert Duvall playing country sage to a struggling young golfer.
Serge Gainsbourg's life is given fresh interpretation in this biopic fantasia about the French singer-songwriter.
'Circumstance' is a story of youthful rebellion as two teenage girls explore their sexuality in a repressive Iran.
New Star Wars: George Lucas has altered the films of the original trilogy again. Many fans pray he doesn't alter them further.
Helen Mirren, in 'The Debt,' plays a Mossad agent who helps kidnap a Nazi war criminal and discovers the dangers of deception.
‘The Interrupters’ powerfully profiles the straight-talking ex-toughs who confront gang violence in Chicago.
This remake of Graham Greene's 'Brighton Rock' is a heavy-duty slab of gangster noir with no shortage of violence.
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