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.
Animated comedy 'Megamind' pulls through on its voice casting with Will Ferrell as the supervillain.
Emily Blunt stars in 'Wild Target,' a black comedy based on a French farce that doesn't mix well with English gooniness.
Gandolfini shifts gears to role of protector in 'Welcome to the Rileys,' a family drama about a grieving father who takes a young girl under his wing.
The documentary 'Waste Land' takes us through Rio's largest landfill and into the lives of garbage pickers as a Brazilian expat seeks to raise their spirits through art.
The final chapter of Stieg Larsson's trilogy, 'The Girl who Kicked the Hornet's Nest' brings punk hacker Lisbeth's quest to a blazing climax.
Matt Damon narrates 'Inside Job,' a meticulous exploration of what led to the crash of 2008.
It's boxing minus all the malarkey in "Boxing Gym," in documentary director Frederick Wiseman's latest.
Director Clint Eastwood's moody 'Hereafter' tries hard, but veers uncomfortably close to quackery.
The Company Men: Ben Affleck and Kevin Costner illustrate our recession trauma in this latest release.
Helen Mirren stars as an aging action hero in 'Red.'
Strong performances by Hilary Swank, Minnie Driver, and Sam Rockwell make 'Conviction' worth seeing.
'Tamara Drewe' blends sexy and funny.
Margarethe von Trotta's new film, 'Vision,' portrays 12th-century Christian mystic Hildegard von Bingen.
The latest film on psychiatric ward patients, 'It's Kind of a Funny Story,' is based on Ned Vizzini's semiautobiographical novel.
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