This coming-of-age story uses a traumatic incident to expose the seamy underbelly of suburbia, shocking and confounding us at the same time.
Our critic dives into the pool of 312 movies and finds what's fresh.
Chaplinesque fable has an airiness that masks its tragic undertow.
Affecting drama about an undocumented farmworker and his widowed daughter-in-law trying to make ends meet.
Documentary follows the human drama of hurricane Katrina through the eyes of a young married couple from the Lower Ninth Ward.
Comedy about a basketball star who gets roped into the family table tennis business is fitfully amusing.
Documentary captures O'Day's giant artistry as well as her eccentricities and struggle with drugs.
This riff on spaghetti westerns gets a Japanese twist as two Samurai fight it out over a batch of gold.
Latest 'war on terror' movie falls down in casting likable Don Cheadle as a mass bomber.
Screwball comedy has a former Playboy bunny teaching dour intellectual sorority girls about makeup and men.
Movie sound design proves more art than science.
Documentary about America's monstrous national debt is this year's 'An Inconvenient Truth.'
Irreverent comedy about a nutty drama teacher's remake of Will's play skids off rails.
A superannuated, would-be rock star is so passionate about his second chance at stardom you want to cheer him on in this oddball comedy.
Some touching moments in this tale of a man who doesn't believe in miracles but desperately needs one.
Daring satire pushes buttons as it parodies the moviemaking business.
Set in sun-burnished Spain, Woody Allen's latest offering celebrates as well as pokes fun at hot-blooded Latin stereotypes.
New series of animated 'Star Wars' adventures retraces old ground with the same leaden dialogue as the originals.
Black comedy about the adventures of two potheads is fitfully amusing but over the top on gross-out gore.
Sisterhood sequel boasts same sporty cast but little emotional depth.