True to the bloody, mundane realities of Mafia gangsters' lives, this film often devolves into incomprehensibility.
Harrison Ford plays a burned-out immigration officer in a film that puts plot complexity in a new league.
Romantic comedy plays to Hollywood formula, albeit in a foreign setting.
Documentary follows 'Project Runway' winner Jay McCarroll as he stages his first fashion show, with all its backstage angst and whining.
Off-kilter love story follows an African-American couple as they wander through San Francisco the morning after a one-night stand.
Thriller races around the globe like a scruffy Bond movie but without the moral clarity.
Latest IMAX 3D adventure puts you nose to nose with a dazzling array of sea creatures and makes you wish the movie were longer.
Despite Isla Fisher's comic energy, this chick-lit movie falls flat in every department.
A moody love triangle plays out between Joaquin Phoenix, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Vinessa Shaw.
You may need to be a 'Star Wars' geek yourself to enjoy this road movie about over-the-top 'Star Wars' fans.
How to read the signals of the opposite sex – or not, as this romantic comedy demonstrates.
Based on the popular novel by the same name, the children's horror story is chillingly rendered in 3-D.
Steve Martin's Inspector Clouseau and his comically gifted cohorts labor to raise laughs.
In this predictable comedy, Renée Zellweger plays a transplanted city exec who succumbs to the romantic overtures of a small-town labor organizer.
Thriller pits a former spy against his daughter's kidnappers and piles up the mayhem in between.
Docudrama superbly explores the interplay of a teacher and his racially mixed students in Paris classroom.
A middle-aged romance is given depth and charm by the mature talents of Thompson and Hoffman.
A taffy-brained chick flick about two brides whose big day has inadvertently been booked at the same place, same time.
Based on a true story, movie traces the history of a ragtag community of Jewish civilians who escape into the woods to flee the invading Nazis.
Viggo Mortensen plays a literature professor who is gradually shifting from being a 'good' German to becoming a kingpin of the Nazi machine.