Writer-director-star Lena Dunham's first feature is a comedic take on the world, and a sharp visual composition.
Documentary 'Bhutto' elucidates Pakistan's knotty politics.
The film, with standout performances from Paul Giamatti and Dustin Hoffman, will play for one Oscar-qualifying week this month.
Jim Carrey stars in 'I Love You Phillip Morris,' another black comedy that too often misses the mark.
Natalie Portman stars in a ballet film that's a 'willfully deranged quasi-horrorfest.'
Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush, as prince and speech therapist, are marvelous in 'The King's Speech,' a moving and remarkable story of friendship and triumph.
'Tangled' tells the story of Rapunzel in a classic Disney 3-D animated musical, with Mandy Moore voicing the golden-haired girl.
Christina Aguilera plays a waitress with a big voice and big dreams hired by the owner of a run-down burlesque house, played by Cher.
Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal are the main draws in 'Love & Other Drugs,' a weepie that wastes an opportunity to look at medical malfeasance.
Russell Crowe stars in this implausible thriller, 'The Next Three Days,' about a college professor whose wife is wrongly jailed for murder and his plan to spring her.
A bittersweet farce, the Spanish-language 'Nora's Will' finds its comedy in the small observations of a family organizing a funeral.
In the sometimes preachy 'Made in Dagenham,' the fight for equal pay gets a feel-good spin with Sally Hawkins's lead.
Part 1 of the final installment, 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows,' is another scrupulous adaptation of J.K Rowling's books.
'Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer' takes aim at the former governor's enemies.
Ntozake Shange’s award-winning play ‘For Colored girls’ comes to the screen in a lumpy gumbo of high drama and low melodrama.
A classic runaway train story, 'Unstoppable' has great energy and rumbly action with Denzel Washington as a railroad hero.
'Morning Glory,' with Rachel McAdams as a plucky TV producer, is a romantic comedy that plays to the dumbing down of network news.
James Franco plays Aron Ralston in ‘127 hours,’ a visceral retelling of a man facing calamity.
The political thriller 'Fair Game' serves up righteous outrage at the outing of CIA agent Valerie Plame.
Robert Downey Jr. plays the straight man in 'Due Date,' a goony comedy that's low on laughs.
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