All Movies

  • Review: 'The Curious Case of Benjamin Button'

    Review: 'The Curious Case of Benjamin Button'

    Brad Pitt plays a man aging backward in an anecdote stretched to would-be epic proportions.

  • Review: 'Revolutionary Road'

    Review: 'Revolutionary Road'

    DiCaprio, Winslet reunite to blandly advance the myth of the soulless suburbs.

  • Review: 'Seven Pounds'

    Review: 'Seven Pounds'

    Even with Will Smith's star power, this film is still a long sit.

  • Review: 'The Wrestler'

    Review: 'The Wrestler'

    It's a match we've seen before. But Mickey Rourke delivers a powerful performance.

  • Review: 'Nothing But the Truth'

    Review: 'Nothing But the Truth'

    This film has the immediacy – but also the shallowness – of an extended TV episode.

  • Review: 'What Doesn't Kill You'

    Review: 'What Doesn't Kill You'

    Crime drama features a full-scale performance from Mark Ruffalo.

  • Review: 'The Reader'

    Review: 'The Reader'

    Based on a bestselling novel, story follows the emotional transformation of a young German when he sees his former lover in a war-crimes trial.

  • Review: 'Doubt'

    Review: 'Doubt'

    Adaptation of prize-winning play serves up searing performances from Meryl Streep and Philip Seymour Hoffman.

  • Review: 'The Day the Earth Stood Still'

    Review: 'The Day the Earth Stood Still'

    Remake of sci-fi classic is an ecofriendly fantasy that fails to live up to the original.

  • Review: 'Che'

    Review: 'Che'

    Overlong biopic offers little new to our knowledge of Ernesto 'Che' Guevara as an icon and human being.

  • Review: 'Frost/Nixon'

    Review: 'Frost/Nixon'

    Docudrama portrays Nixon as a tragic figure attempting to rehabilitatehis image with a series of interviews with David Frost, a lightweightopportunist.

  • Review: 'Wendy and Lucy'

    Review: 'Wendy and Lucy'

    Almost documentarylike, film superbly captures the low-key despair of the vagrant's life in these hard-pressed times.

  • Review: 'Cadillac Records'

    Review: 'Cadillac Records'

    Set in 1950s Chicago, the story follows Chess record label's influential role in launching the careers of some musical greats.

  • Review: 'Milk'

    Review: 'Milk'

    Biopic about the first openly gay man to hold a major political office in America is bolstered by Sean Penn's superb performance as Harvey Milk.

  • Review: 'Australia'

    Review: 'Australia'

    Overlong drama set in the 1930s Outback earns epic tag for all the wrong reasons.

  • Review: 'Bolt'

    Review: 'Bolt'

    Clever casting in Disney's latest animation brings wit and energy to the tale of a self-deluded dog.

  • Review: 'House of the Sleeping Beauties'

    Review: 'House of the Sleeping Beauties'

    German film about a lonely widower who sleeps beside drugged, naked women has a high yuck factor.

  • Review: 'Lake City'

    Review: 'Lake City'

    Family drama about a mother and son who reunite after a tragedy has talented actors but uneven story treatment.

  • Review: 'Twilight'

    Review: 'Twilight'

    Debut movie of the wildly popular book franchise is jumbled and hackneyed but will still have teen girls screaming at lead Robert Pattinson.

  • Review: 'Slumdog Millionaire'

    Review: 'Slumdog Millionaire'

    Set in India, this Dickensian fable for our time seems to work – up to a point.