‘Harlan’ explores a German filmmaker’s Nazi-era propaganda movie and its effect on the extended family down the years.
Set in US-occupied Baghdad, ‘Green Zone’ confronts the WMD fiasco with Matt Damon playing an Army office tracking down the truth.
Oscar winner 'Hurt Locker' beat out 'Avatar' for Best Picture, while Sandra Bullock won Best Actress, beating out 16-time nominee Meryl Streep.
Set in a remote Danish town, ‘Terribly Happy’ follows noirish plot twists as the locals apply their own rule of law.
The Oscar-nominated documentary ‘The Most Dangerous Man in America’ profiles Daniel Ellsberg, the man who leaked the Pentagon Papers.
Cop movie ‘Brooklyn’s Finest’ is a morality tale that puts a bleak cast on the profession.
In Tim Burton’s hybrid ‘Alice in Wonderland,’ Johnny Depp plays a gentlemanly Mad Hatter to a very grown-up Alice.
In 'A Prophet,' a French-Arab teenager hones his skills behind bars to get ahead in the gang world.
Set in the Louisiana bayou, ‘The Yellow Handkerchief’ is a quiet character drama, starring Kristen Stewart and William Hurt.
An homage to buddy-cop movies, ‘Cop Out’ tends to fall flat on comedy as well as character chemistry.
A horror remake, ‘The Crazies’ doesn’t stint on scare tactics and gore.
A crime film set in an Israeli town, 'Ajami' captures with great honesty and energy some of the ethnic snarls between Muslims, Christians, and Jews.
Based on Dennis Lehane’s book, ‘Shutter Island’ uses all the classic horror-film pyrotechnics and old-school frights to build a paranoid atmosphere.
Roman Polanski’s thriller ‘The Ghost Writer’ carries his trademark cruel humor and pervasive dread.
‘Happy Tears’ is a dysfunctional family drama with life lessons thrown in at regular intervals.
Inspired by Greek mythology, ‘Percy Jackson & the Olympians’ is a fun, fast-moving adventure spun around the life of demigod kids.
Benicio Del Toro and Anthony Hopkins star in this brooding remake of the 1940s horror classic, ‘The Wolf Man.’
Despite a star-studded cast, ‘Valentine’s Day’ stumbles into predictable territory.
Penned in by circumstance, a teenager finds ways to rebel in this bleak look at adolescence in 'Fish Tank.'
'Mine' is a moving documentary about rescuing abandoned animals in the wake of the Katrina hurricane in New Orleans.
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