When Paul Simon played, apartheid as his backdrop.
Most of 'Dark Shadows' is not quite scary and not very funny.
Kargman's documentary dives into the world of young aspiring dancers.
The impressive cast in 'Marigold' keeps the movie from descending into sappiness more than it may have otherwise.
Our intrepid reviewer feels 'The Avengers' might be a tad on the long side, but the 3-D version is worth it.
Documentary filmmaker Bess Kargman followed the rigorous world of ballet competition for her new documentary 'First Position.'
'The Avengers' works thanks to the narrative of teamwork crafted by Joss Whedon. The film took in $185 million in the first weekend. The Avengers opens Friday in the US.
Jack Black brings his comic timing and hidden talent to the lead role of 'Bernie,' a dark comedy based on a true life story.
'Inventing Our Life: The Kibbutz Experiment' looks at the historical movement whose idealism was fulfilled when Israel achieved statehood.
'The Five Year Engagement,' starring Emily Blunt and Jason Segel, gives career planning a charming, comedic twist.
Changing the sky in 'Titanic' for its 3-D re-release isn't the first time movies have been tinkered with.
French indie 'Goodbye First Love' leaves one wondering why she didn't dump the guy earlier.
A rambling shaggy-dog story, 'Darling Companion' lives up to its canine credentials.
As Edgar Allan Poe hunts a murderer in 'The Raven,' here are 5 other movies that took well-known historical and literary figures and made them action stars
A blend of documentary and drama, 'Inside Hana's Suitcase' recounts the tragic tale a young girl at Auschwitz and the Japanese school teacher who, years later, tries to discover who she was.
A traumatized young class finds a tender new teacher, but not everyone likes Monsieur Lazhar.
"The Three Stooges" hits theaters this Friday, and over the next year, everything from '70s TV shows to '90s hit comedies are coming to the multiplex.
'Damsels in Distress,' from 'Barcelona' director Whit Stillman, has a lovely loopiness about it.
Global warming gets personal with 'The Island President,' an inspiring – and dispiriting – look at one man's fight to save his country from disappearing under a rising sea.
'We Have a Pope' has an engaging premise but the story sags unaccountably in the second half.
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