Brad Pitt plays a man aging backward in an anecdote stretched to would-be epic proportions.
DiCaprio, Winslet reunite to blandly advance the myth of the soulless suburbs.
Even with Will Smith's star power, this film is still a long sit.
It's a match we've seen before. But Mickey Rourke delivers a powerful performance.
This film has the immediacy – but also the shallowness – of an extended TV episode.
Crime drama features a full-scale performance from Mark Ruffalo.
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.
Adaptation of prize-winning play serves up searing performances from Meryl Streep and Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Remake of sci-fi classic is an ecofriendly fantasy that fails to live up to the original.
Overlong biopic offers little new to our knowledge of Ernesto 'Che' Guevara as an icon and human being.
Docudrama portrays Nixon as a tragic figure attempting to rehabilitatehis image with a series of interviews with David Frost, a lightweightopportunist.
Almost documentarylike, film superbly captures the low-key despair of the vagrant's life in these hard-pressed times.
Set in 1950s Chicago, the story follows Chess record label's influential role in launching the careers of some musical greats.
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.
Overlong drama set in the 1930s Outback earns epic tag for all the wrong reasons.
Clever casting in Disney's latest animation brings wit and energy to the tale of a self-deluded dog.
German film about a lonely widower who sleeps beside drugged, naked women has a high yuck factor.
Family drama about a mother and son who reunite after a tragedy has talented actors but uneven story treatment.
Debut movie of the wildly popular book franchise is jumbled and hackneyed but will still have teen girls screaming at lead Robert Pattinson.
Set in India, this Dickensian fable for our time seems to work – up to a point.