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The psychological thriller 'We Need to Talk About Kevin' is disturbing and creepy, but it also has a soullessness.
A toddler's death pushes a snowbound town into taking sides in 'Angels Crest,' a melodrama trying to be tragic drama.
'Sing Your Song' shows the energy and optimism Harry Belafonte gave to civil rights work – around the world.
The former Brazilian president's charisma and activism are ironed into a bland testimonial.
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Haruki Murakami's bestseller 'Norwegian Wood' makes it to the big screen in this languidly beautiful interpretation.
Wim Wenders documentary on German choreographer Pina Bausch leaves as much mystery as enlightenment.
'John Mellencamp: It's About You' captures the rocker on summer tour in the South along with the poetic melancholy of rural America.
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Thatcher biopic 'The Iron Lady' is a sprawling review of the British prime minister's life that may leave supporters and detractors unsatisfied.
'Pariah' shows the struggles of a teen with her sense of identity in a moving and soulful way.
The superb Iranian film 'A Separation' takes a disagreement between a husband and wife and builds it to a complex tragedy that wraps in religion and class.
Monitor film critic, Peter Rainer, remembers the hundreds of movies he watched in 2011, and highlights his favorites ... and some he thought were overrated.
Directed by Angelina Jolie, 'In the Land of Blood and Honey' doesn't flinch from its harrowing portrayal of the Bosnian conflict as seen through the relationship of a Muslim woman and a Serb officer.
Wrenching and at times exploitive, 'Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close' takes on 9/11 events as seen through the eyes of an 11-year-old boy.
In 'We Bought a Zoo,' Matt Damon plays a widower with two kids who takes an unconventional approach to turning his life around.
In 'War Horse,' Steven Spielberg brings his trademark storytelling to this somewhat sentimental tale of a boy and a horse he loves and loses.
From young love to a documentary on capital punishment, here are the 10 movies that wowed Monitor film critic Peter Rainer at the multiplex this year
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