The romantic plot twists of ‘Letters to Juliet’ are yawningly predictable but the beautiful scenery makes it all bearable.
This retelling of the classic Robin Hood tale is a somber, violence-heavy take that’s slim on poetry or romance.
'Casino Jack' takes the cozy relationship between lobbyists and politicians to task with Jack Abramoff as Exhibit A.
Wrapped around the theme of adoption, ‘Mother and Child’ is a weepfest of intersecting story lines pulled together by a top-drawer cast.
Iron Man 2 review: Like the original megablockbuster, Iron Man 2 draws heavily on Robert Downey Jr.’s quirky performance as the superhero to keep the energy focused.
'Babies' documentary takes four from around the world and follows their first steps.
Michael Caine plays an an ex-marine gone vigilante in ‘Harry Brown,’ a thriller set in a dank London neighborhood.
An ailing bar owner enlists a young homeless man to keep the place going in quirky drama ‘A Good Heart.’
In a revealing peek into burlesque, 'Behind the Burly Q' documentary gives performers a chance to set the record straight about their profession.
‘Please Give’ offers a Woody Allen-style comedy about guilt and self-absorption.
‘The Perfect Game,’ based on the true story of Little League underdogs playing in a World Series, gets bogged down in sentimentality.
In 'The City of Your Final Destination' a biographer pursues his subject to the steamy lands of Uruguay where he discovers an intricate tangle of family relations.
Jeff Daniels plays a struggling writer who befriends a teenage girl in ‘Paper Man,’ a quirky, uneven drama.
Graffiti artist Banksy creates an amusing documentary about life on the guerrilla end of art in ‘Exit Through the Gift Shop.’
Biopic ‘Who Do You Love’ takes a behind-the-scenes look at the two brothers who started legendary Chess Records and transformed the blues.
An elegant Argentine thriller, 'The Secret in Their Eyes' taps into the repressive regime of the 1970s.
The state of America’s public schools is given a sobering examination in the documentary ‘The Cartel.’
Adapted from a comic book, Chloe Moretz and a bunch of wannabe young superheroes in ‘Kick-Ass’ don’t shy from expletive-filled hard-core violence.
Like pulling wings off flies, ‘The Square’ weaves together familiar noir themes with perfect execution.
‘The Greatest’ falls into the weepie category as a family faces the death of their son and takes in his pregnant girlfriend.
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