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.
Based on a Philip Roth novel, 'Elegy' traces the passionate entanglement of an aging professor with a strikingly beautiful student, played by Penélope Cruz.
A dog's killing leads the owner to seek first restitution and ultimately revenge.
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.
Latest Mummy movie races through the catacombs of ancient China, with yetis and terra-cotta armies not far behind.
Political comedy uses wild premise to serve up a civics lessons without much substance.
Affecting drama about a mother who smuggles illegal immigrants from Canada to the US has startlingly good acting.
Comedy about a couple of grown men acting like stunted 14-year-olds oversteps the limit of loserliness.
Mulder and Scully reprise their traditional roles in a dark and doomy world, as Billy Connolly plays a visionary priest.
Documentary about four Indiana teens in their senior year of high school comes across like a reality TV show with equally limited insight.
Lastest interpretation of Evelyn Waugh's novel is more egalitarian and faith-oriented with a superb performance by Emma Thompson as the family matriarch.
Documentary on the famous film director's conviction in LA 30 years ago delves as much into the legal system as Polanski's psyche.
This animated feature about chimp astronauts more than pales in comparison to WALL-E.
The latest Batman movie is a relentlessly bleak take on the comic book, with a superb performance by Heath Ledger as the Joker.
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.
Eddie Murphy demonstrates his comedic gifts again this time as an alien spaceship shaped as a human entity.
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.
Remake of the Jules Verne classic lacks some of the sense of wonder of earlier version despite its splashy special effects.
Another bulked-up superhero returns, accompanied by an endless parade of freaks and creepy-crawlies, to fight an otherworldly army.