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  • Review: 'Inglourious Basterds'

    Review: 'Inglourious Basterds'

    Tarantino turns history on its head in this World War II fantasy where the Jews come out on top.

  • Review: 'A Woman in Berlin'

    This haunting glimpse of women in wartime is based on a diary written by a journalist, who was one of the thousands raped in the wake of the Red Army invasion.

  • Review: 'World's Greatest Dad'

    Review: 'World's Greatest Dad'

    Robin Williams plays the lead in this dour comedy that has flashes of deadpan outrageousness.

  • Review: 'District 9'

    Review: 'District 9'

    In an apartheid parable of sorts, extraterrestrials forced to live in slum conditions on the outskirts of Johannesburg, South Africa, find a human ally.

  • Review: 'Ponyo'

    Review: 'Ponyo'

    Japanese animator Miyazaki's latest film is a captivating tale of a tiny fish who jumps out of the ocean to see the world.

  • Review: 'Lorna's Silence'

    Review: 'Lorna's Silence'

    Docu-style film about an immigrant's struggle dips into the murky world of moral compromise.

  • Review: 'The Time Traveler's Wife'

    Review: 'The Time Traveler's Wife'

    Sappy love story stumbles in the logic department and is thin on real romance, too.

  • Review: 'Julie and Julia'

    Review: 'Julie and Julia'

    In this summer-soufflé of a movie, Meryl Streep's rendering of Julia Child is a bravura comic performance.

  • Review: 'Paper Heart'

    Review: 'Paper Heart'

    Docudrama about falling love in love has a sweet, meandering quality.

  • Review: 'Cold Souls'

    An existential comedy with Paul Giamatti in a brilliantly deadpan lead role.

  • Review: 'The Cove'

    Review: 'The Cove'

    This documentary about the slaughter of dolphins is also a call to arms.

  • Review: 'Afghan Star'

    Review: 'Afghan Star'

    Afghan hopefuls risk their life to sing in an 'American Idol' spinoff that offers a window on a war-weary tribal culture.

  • Review: 'Flame and Citron'

    Drama follows two Danish resistance fighters during World War II and their fear of infiltrators.

  • Review: 'Funny People'

    Review: 'Funny People'

    Adam Sandler plays a successful comic coming to grips with a possibly fatal diagnosis in the latest Judd Apatow comedy.

  • Review: 'Thirst'

    A graphic vampire movie with art house aspirations.

  • Review: 'In the Loop'

    Review: 'In the Loop'

    This biting political satire will have you laughing hard as it skewers London and Washington politicos in the run-up to war.

  • Review: 'The Ugly Truth'

    Review: 'The Ugly Truth'

    Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler star in this raunchy romantic comedy that plays along a predicable curve.

  • Review: 'The Answer Man'

    Review: 'The Answer Man'

    A inspirational author, who turns out to be a fraud, finds a form of redemption with the help of his chiropractor.

  • Review: 'The Beaches of Agnès'

    Review: 'The Beaches of Agnès'

    French new wave legend Agnès Varda turns the camera on herself in this whimsical and touching portrait.

  • Review: 'The Stoning of Soraya M.'

    Review: 'The Stoning of Soraya M.'

    Based on an 1986 incident, this portrayal of mob rule in an Iranian village is a haunting tale.