All Movies

  • Review: 'Man on Wire'

    Documentary about the French wire walker who walked between the World Trade Center towers, 110 stories up, examines the heroic and flat-out crazy aspects of the feat.

  • Review: 'The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor'

    Latest Mummy movie races through the catacombs of ancient China, with yetis and terra-cotta armies not far behind.

  • Review: 'Swing Vote'

    Political comedy uses wild premise to serve up a civics lessons without much substance.

  • Review: 'Frozen River'

    Affecting drama about a mother who smuggles illegal immigrants from Canada to the US has startlingly good acting.

  • Review: 'Step Brothers'

    Review: 'Step Brothers'

    Comedy about a couple of grown men acting like stunted 14-year-olds oversteps the limit of loserliness.

  • Review: 'The X-Files: I Want to Believe'

    Mulder and Scully reprise their traditional roles in a dark and doomy world, as Billy Connolly plays a visionary priest.

  • Review: 'American Teen'

    Documentary about four Indiana teens in their senior year of high school comes across like a reality TV show with equally limited insight.

  • Review: 'Brideshead Revisited'

    Review: 'Brideshead Revisited'

    Lastest interpretation of Evelyn Waugh's novel is more egalitarian and faith-oriented with a superb performance by Emma Thompson as the family matriarch.

  • Review: 'Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired'

    Documentary on the famous film director's conviction in LA 30 years ago delves as much into the legal system as Polanski's psyche.

  • Review: 'Space Chimps'

    This animated feature about chimp astronauts more than pales in comparison to WALL-E.

  • Review: 'The Dark Knight'

    Review: 'The Dark Knight'

    The latest Batman movie is a relentlessly bleak take on the comic book, with a superb performance by Heath Ledger as the Joker.

  • Review: 'Mamma Mia! The Movie'

    Review: 'Mamma Mia! The Movie'

    This loopy ABBA musical has Meryl Streep playing a superannuated American hippie running a funky hotel on a Greek island and preparing for her daughter's marriage.

  • Review: 'Meet Dave'

    Eddie Murphy demonstrates his comedic gifts again this time as an alien spaceship shaped as a human entity.

  • Review: 'The Exiles'

    The loneliness, despair, and renewal in this semidocumentary account of native Americans living in Los Angeles is some of the most eloquent in American cinema.

  • Review: 'Journey to the Center of the Earth'

    Remake of the Jules Verne classic lacks some of the sense of wonder of earlier version despite its splashy special effects.

  • Review: 'Hellboy II: The Golden Army'

    Another bulked-up superhero returns, accompanied by an endless parade of freaks and creepy-crawlies, to fight an otherworldly army.

  • Review: 'The Wackness'

    Set in the hip-hop culture of 1990s New York, this tale of a cross-generational friendship between two self-indulgent men quickly wears thin.

  • Review: 'Hancock'

    Review: 'Hancock'

    Another reluctant superhero takes to the screen with Will Smith in full comedy mode, but plot swerves undermine second half.

  • Review: 'Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson'

    Review: 'Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson'

    Documentary about a journalist's drug-fueled exploits and equally wild prose tends toward the worshipful and neglects sadder aspects of his life.

  • Review: 'Tell No One'

    French psychological thriller has a sleek cast but an overly complicated plot.