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.
This French dysfunctional-family epic is gabby and self-indulgent.
Has 007 lost his sense of humor? Daniel Craig's lethal grimness saps the fun.
A young German boy befriends a Jewish boy in a nearby concentration camp, unaware of the enormity of the horror going on behind the fence.
This musical is a cross between 'Rocky Horror' and 'Sweeney Todd' but without the savage wit.
Documentary records the heroism of Liberia's women who successfully demanded the country's warring parties find a path to peace.
Drama set in a Mississippi Delta township follows the life of a single mother and her son who struggle to subsist.
Movie about a young couple who get carjacked by a deranged outlaw and then chased by a parasitic creature falls into crummy horror flick category.
The story of platonic roommates who decide to make an adult film to pay the rent and fall in love along the way.
Documentary revisits the harrowing ordeal of 16 men who survived a plane crash in the Andes by resorting to cannibalism.
The story of how basketball helped young Jewish immigrants assimilate at the turn of the 20th century.
A great incomprehensible phantasmagoria of a film written by Charlie Kaufman and set in a New York warehouse.