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.
A teenage, pre-Beatles John Lennon pulls through hard times with rock 'n' roll in 'Nowhere Boy.'
In 'Life as We Know It,' Katherine Heigl plays a mopey singleton suddenly faced with parenthood.
In 'Secretariat,' Diane Lane plays Penny Chenery, owner of the greatest of all racehorses who, in 1973, won the Triple Crown.
Documentary 'Waiting for "Superman" ' takes a swipe at unions as the cause of America's failing high schools.
In 'Howl,' the drama centers on the obscenity trial Allen Ginsburg faced after publishing his poem by the same name.
This provocative yet scattershot documentary is based on the bestselling book 'Freakonomics' and gives five documentarians the chance to explore some quirky ideas.
'The Social Network:' A story of betrayal on the road to glory. The knockabout beginnings of Facebook gets a fast-paced spin in the new movie 'The Social Network.'
Cast as a documentary about online romance, ‘Catfish’ is full of surprises – and ethical questions.
Based on Ishiguro’s acclaimed novel, ‘Never Let Me Go’ is moving and mournful.
A disgraced Gordon Gekko dishes advice in this 'Wall Street' sequel that seems both up to the minute and behind the times.
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