M. Night Shyamalan's 'The Last Airbender' is a fantasy film heavy on effects and light on meaning.
'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse': Kristin Stewart's Bella finds herself torn between Robert Pattinson's Edward and Taylor Lautner's werewolf Jacob Black.
Tilda Swinton is the star and muse of this elegant Italian family drama, ‘I Am Love.’
In 'Wild Grass,' French director Alain Resnais explores a chance meeting and the impulses that follow.
Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, David Spade, and Rob Schneider may crack each other up in 'Grown Ups,' but for viewers this movie is nearly unwatchable.
'Knight and Day' stars Cameron Diaz and Tom Cruise in this high-energy action comedy.
Josh Brolin plays the post-Civil War bounty hunter Jonah Hex.
In ‘Winter’s Bone,’ a bleak tale of backwoods life, Jennifer Lawrence plays a teenager struggling to hold her family together against a backdrop of drugs and a clannish Ozark community.
Marisa Tomei and John C. Reilly flex their comedic skills in 'Cyrus.'
'Toy Story 3' is even better than its predecessors!
Liam Neeson and Quinton "Rampage" Jackson star in the ‘The A-Team’
The affair between the iconic French designer and Russian composer is long and drawn out in this pedestrian biopic, ‘Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky.’
Jackie Chan and Jaden Smith star in 'The Karate Kid.'
The little known but true story of John Rabe, a German businessman who saved thousands of civilians during the rape of Nanking in 1937.
Colin Farrell plays a feisty Irish fisherman in ‘Ondine,’ a modern-day fairy tale with a twist.
Micmacs, a crazily inventive French film, has a freneticism that will eventually draw you in.
Jean-Luc Godard's seminal 1960s gangster classic 'Breathless' is newly restored.
More crude comedy from the Apatows in 'Get Him to the Greek,' whose main character, rock star Aldous Snow, is resuscitated from ‘Forgetting Sarah Marshall.’
'Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo' documents Japan's fascination with insects.
Marvelous documentary ‘Picasso and Braque Go to the Movies’ explores how the founders of Cubism were inspired by early filmmaking.
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