From film critics Gail Kinn and Jim Piazza's new book 'The Greatest Movies Ever,' their picks for the 50 greatest films
Gerard Naranjo's film about the Mexican drug trade seems to be only an art-house exploitation film.
Glenn Close gives a touching portrayal of a woman passing as a man in the film directed by Rodrigo García.
'Ethel,' about R.F.K.'s wife, and 'The Invisible War' leave a somber aftertaste.
The Oscar nominations are announced, with a few surprises.
Frederick Wiseman's latest documentary takes a peek through the doors of the world's most famous exotic dance club.
Shakespeare's 'Coriolanus' gets an update in Ralph Fiennes's new production, packed with acting talent.
The 'force' isn't really with George Lucas's 'Red Tails, the long-awaited film about the heroic Tuskegee Airmen, which has an odd sci-fi vibe.
An assassin on the run seeks payback in 'Haywire,' an action thriller will little else going on but brutal encounters.
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The psychological thriller 'We Need to Talk About Kevin' is disturbing and creepy, but it also has a soullessness.
A toddler's death pushes a snowbound town into taking sides in 'Angels Crest,' a melodrama trying to be tragic drama.
'Sing Your Song' shows the energy and optimism Harry Belafonte gave to civil rights work – around the world.
The former Brazilian president's charisma and activism are ironed into a bland testimonial.
As his direction of 'War Horse' gets awards buzz, here are 10 of Spielberg's best films
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Haruki Murakami's bestseller 'Norwegian Wood' makes it to the big screen in this languidly beautiful interpretation.
Wim Wenders documentary on German choreographer Pina Bausch leaves as much mystery as enlightenment.
'John Mellencamp: It's About You' captures the rocker on summer tour in the South along with the poetic melancholy of rural America.
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