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  • Movie review: 'Earth Days'

    Far from doom and gloom, this documentary takes an engaging look at the history of the American environmental movement.

  • Movie review: 'No Impact Man'

    Movie review: 'No Impact Man'

    A Manhattan family try to shrink their carbon footprint to zero in this entertaining documentary.

  • Review: 'Amreeka'

    A charming, humorous spin on the classic immigrant story, as a Palestinian mother negotiates small-town America with her teenage son.

  • Review: 'The Headless Woman'

    Review: 'The Headless Woman'

    Argentine film is a complex, ultimately confusing tale about a woman losing the plot of her own life.

  • Review: 'Still Walking'

    Review: 'Still Walking'

    A family gathering slowly reveals deeper frictions in this Japanese seriocomedy.

  • Review: 'Extract'

    Review: 'Extract'

    From the creator of "Office Space," a new workplace comedy set in a factory where management wins slightly more of our sympathy.

  • Review: 'Five Minutes of Heaven'

    Two men face their past three decades after the violence of the Troubles links their lives.

  • Review: 'Motherland'

    Documentary follows six American mothers who find solace for their own sorrow in losing a child by helping AIDS orphans in South Africa.

  • Review: 'Big Fan'

    Review: 'Big Fan'

    A die-hard New York Giants fan is beaten up by the star player and struggles with the fallout.

  • Review: 'Taking Woodstock'

    Review: 'Taking Woodstock'

    Ang Lee's dramatization portrays Woodstock as a shining moment without any larger look at what was roiling the country.

  • Review: 'It Might Get Loud'

    Step in to the world of three master electric guitarists in this affectionate documentary about a jam session.

  • Review: 'Inglourious Basterds'

    Review: 'Inglourious Basterds'

    Tarantino turns history on its head in this World War II fantasy where the Jews come out on top.

  • Review: 'A Woman in Berlin'

    This haunting glimpse of women in wartime is based on a diary written by a journalist, who was one of the thousands raped in the wake of the Red Army invasion.

  • Review: 'World's Greatest Dad'

    Review: 'World's Greatest Dad'

    Robin Williams plays the lead in this dour comedy that has flashes of deadpan outrageousness.

  • Review: 'District 9'

    Review: 'District 9'

    In an apartheid parable of sorts, extraterrestrials forced to live in slum conditions on the outskirts of Johannesburg, South Africa, find a human ally.

  • Review: 'Ponyo'

    Review: 'Ponyo'

    Japanese animator Miyazaki's latest film is a captivating tale of a tiny fish who jumps out of the ocean to see the world.

  • Review: 'Lorna's Silence'

    Review: 'Lorna's Silence'

    Docu-style film about an immigrant's struggle dips into the murky world of moral compromise.

  • Review: 'The Time Traveler's Wife'

    Review: 'The Time Traveler's Wife'

    Sappy love story stumbles in the logic department and is thin on real romance, too.

  • Review: 'Julie and Julia'

    Review: 'Julie and Julia'

    In this summer-soufflé of a movie, Meryl Streep's rendering of Julia Child is a bravura comic performance.

  • Review: 'Paper Heart'

    Review: 'Paper Heart'

    Docudrama about falling love in love has a sweet, meandering quality.