'Super Size Me' director Morgan Spurlock spins a metadocumentary on branding and film in 'The Greatest Movie Ever Sold.'
Hard-driving pioneers, heading across the bleak Pacific Northwest, veer dangerously off course in 'Meek's Cutoff.'
Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson form two sides of a love triangle in the Depression-era story 'Water for Elephants,' where the best performance comes from Rosie the elephant.
'The Princess of Montpensier,' about courtly intrigue in 16th-century France, is finely drawn and slightly bland.
In the psychological thriller 'The Double Hour,' an ex-cop and chambermaid meet at a dating club and hit it off, only to have tragedy strike.
'The Conspirator' is a courtroom drama about Mary Surratt, a Confederate sympathizer accused of helping to plot Abraham Lincoln's assassination.
As the USSR collapses, ‘My Perestroika’ follows its upheaval on five Russian children coming of age.
Trained by her ex-C.I.A. father, teenage Hanna is unleashed on the world even as she explores it.
Biopic 'Soul Surfer' is not as inspiring as the real-life story of Bethany Hamilton, a teen surfer who made a triumphant comeback after a shark attack.
Lowbrow comedy 'Your Highness' is a spoof on period dramas but elicits few laughs.
In this remake of 'Arthur,' Russell Brand plays a spoiled man-child billionaire in pursuit of amusement.
Will Sasso: Curly, the 'nyukking' Third Stooge, will reportedly be played by Canadian actor Will Sasso in the upcoming film adaption of the 'Three Stooges.'
'Trust' is a chilling cautionary tale about online sexual predators and the shattering fallout for a 14-year-old and her family.
'Winter in Wartime' takes a boy's-eye view of World War II in Europe and the dangers he encounters when he helps a downed RAF pilot.
'In a Better World' tackles tribal violence and high school bullying but packages it too neatly.
Sci-fi thriller 'Source Code', starring Jake Gyllenhaal, bends time to uncover a terrorist plot. Source Code is a sort of metaphysical Groundhog Day.
Mila Kunis, the 'Black Swan' co-star of Natalie Portman, and director Darren Aronofsky, have rushed to the defense of the Best Actress Oscar-winner Natalie Portman. Mila Kunis makes ballerina dance double Sarah Lane's accusations appear petty.
A revealing but slow-paced saga, 'Miral' is a multigenerational tale that presents three views of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Catherine Deneuve charms in the French comedy ‘Potiche,’ a tale of a trophy wife who becomes a gifted leader.
'White Irish Drinkers' is a mean streets take on working-class Brooklyn where two brothers wrestle with their life of petty crime.
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