Martin Scorsese dives into a child's fantasy in 'Hugo,' the story of an orphaned boy with a dream in 1930s France.
'Twilight' fans can have their very own fairytale wedding experience next year when Carolina Herrera's CHNY boutiques begin selling gowns in the same design as worn by Bella Swan in 'Breaking Dawn - Part 1.'
'Tyrannosaur' is sometimes unfulfilling, but the performances carry the film.
Dislikable characters mean 'Another Happy Day' just gets more aggravating as it goes on.
Even fans may be let down by the newest 'Twilight' installment.
George Clooney’s nuanced performance carries ‘The Descendants,’ an alternatively funny and tragic family drama.
Adam Sandler dips into terminal goofiness in this vacuous comedy about a twin brother and sister who don't get along.
No hatchet job, 'The Conquest' biopic about Nicolas Sarkozy still doesn’t shy from showing the French president’s coarseness and temper.
Lars Von Trier's 'Melancholia' is aptly named in this end-of-world story with Kirsten Dunst in a strong, hard-bitten performance.
'J. Edgar,' starring Leonardo DiCaprio, draws a portrait of the FBI founder as riven and repressed, but misses his real substance.
'Young Goethe in Love' is an irreverent take on the German literary genius, who loses some gravitas in this tale of youth and unrequited love.
Al Pacino is relatively restrained in the cop thriller 'The Son of No One,' which sounds more like a shout-fest.
In the documentary 'Pianomania,' a piano tuner’s trials and triumphs with the world’s top pianists brings that rarefied world of perfectionism into view.
'Tower Heist' is energizing with Eddie Murphy's loudmouth best, while Alan Alda's rendition of a Bernie Madoff-style fat cat is another high point.
Was Shakespeare a fraud? That's the premise of 'Anonymous,' which bends history in classic Hollywood fashion.
‘Like Crazy’ rides on the thrill and the devastation of first love.
The futuristic 'In Time' reels out a doomsday scenario that has Justin Timberlake playing a Robin Hood-like character who saves the lives of the poor.
Johnny Depp plays a boozy American journalist in the style of Hunter S. Thompson in 'The Rum Diary.'
Constance Marks's sprightly documentary tells the heartwarming story of the man behind the furry red face.
The little-known story of British children shipped to Australia is powerful, though occasionally the film gets too close to the mood of a TV movie.
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