Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler star in this raunchy romantic comedy that plays along a predicable curve.
A inspirational author, who turns out to be a fraud, finds a form of redemption with the help of his chiropractor.
French new wave legend Agnès Varda turns the camera on herself in this whimsical and touching portrait.
Based on an 1986 incident, this portrayal of mob rule in an Iranian village is a haunting tale.
A 'boy meets girl, boy falls in love' movie – with a twist, and some charming performances by Gordon-Levitt and Deschanel.
Affectionate portrayal of television pioneer Gertrude Berg shows how the talented powerhouse was a role model for a generation of women.
For 'Harry' fans the intensity deepens at Hogwarts – as do adolescent romantic interests.
Romantic comedy for teens has fresh twist and new acting find Paul Rust.
Concert footage not to be missed in this documentary about the music superstars who performed before the Muhammad Ali-George Foreman fight in 1974.
Sacha Baron Cohen's latest outrageous escapade makes 'Borat' look distinctly tame.
This retelling of Depression-era bank robber John Dillinger, played by Johnny Depp, falls hard for the antihero mythology.
A Parisian lawyer on a big case in Monaco falls for a seductive weather girl and soon finds his button-down life unraveling in this light romantic comedy.
The power of one man's voice to inspire change is captured in this documentary about Africa's biggest pop star.
Plotless, loud, and long, this sequel follows the Autobots in their fight against their sworn enemies, the Decepticons.
This riveting, documentarylike combat movie about a bomb squad in Iraq will keep you on edge.
Promoted as a frisky comedy, this film set in La Belle Époque delivers a great deal more.
Adapted from Jodi Picoult's bestselling novel, the high-brow tear-jerker raises some complex medical ethics issues.
A motley crowd of people in a Sydney apartment complex all search for the meaning of life in this Claymation feature.
A cave man road trip with Jack Black that is long on dumb comedy and short on goofball smarts.
Woody Allen returns to familiar territory with a misanthropic New York physicist played by Larry David.