The film, in which Robert De Niro comes across as a Method caricature, is a mix of genuinely touching and hokey moments.
The Belgian movie ‘Bullhead’ takes a quirky premise and turns it into a high-stakes thriller.
‘Where Are You Taking Me?’ is an observational documentary that lets the images tell the story.
As "The Lorax" arrives in theaters this weekend, here are seven previous Seuss film adaptations – the good and the bad.
The movie's power comes from its uncompromising take on the heroism of a Polish sewer inspector during the country's 1942 German occupation.
'Wanderlust' journeys into nudist, free-love territory – among other things – and largely misses the mark on humor.
Filmmaker Jafar Panahi's imprisonment in his own home by the Iranian authorities is captured in this extraordinary documentary, 'This Is Not a Film,' which was smuggled out of Iran in a cake.
In 'The Forgiveness of Blood,' a medieval code of retribution pulls a modern-day Albanian town back into the Middle Ages.
Using active-duty US Navy SEALs boosts 'Act of Valor' beyond being a garden-variety action flick.
Here are the nominees with the best chances of snagging that gold statuette on Oscar night
'Undefeated' documents the extraordinary empathy of a white football coach for his team of African-American players, whose chaotic personal lives threaten to undermine their talents.
'This Means War' is an improbably couples' movie that stretches credibility while coasting on Reese Witherspoon's charm.
'The Secret World of Arrietty' is a supernal coming-of-age story. The movie's hushed mystery and lyricism casts a hypnotizing spell.
'The Phantom Menace' and 'Beauty and the Beast' were just the beginning of old movies that will be new again
A dirty cop movie, 'Rampart' gets inside the head of the paranoid Dave Brown, played by Woody Harrelson, as investigative units start to close in on him.
Linda Cardellini's nuanced take on a mother searching for her place is finely observed.
With its long climb out of amnesia, 'The Vow' plays with viewers' patience.
Michael Caine and Dwayne Johnson bring charm and levity to a predictable and somewhat juvenile 'Journey 2: The Mysterious Island.'
British thriller 'Kill List' is not for the squeamish as the ‘surprises’ keep coming.
Norwegian film 'King of Devil's Island' is a predictable prison-movie set at a brutally run boys' reform school.
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