Tyson tattoo artist sues The Hangover II for copyright infringement on his Mike Tyson tattoo. Does the tattoo artist have a case?
Documentary about the French couturier Yves Saint Laurent, 'L'Amour Fou' is ultimately more about his companion of 50 years, Pierre Bergé.
Woody Allen’s latest film, 'Midnight in Paris,' delivers his trademark wit and some retrofantasy set in an idyllic Paris.
‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ author Harper Lee remains elusive in this new documentary that delves into her silence.
In search of the Fountain of Youth, Johnny Depp as Capt. Jack Sparrow embarks on another adventure in 'Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.'
Based on a true story, 'The First Grader' is an uplifting tale about a Kenyan ex-freedom fighter who finally gets to attend school in his 80s.
Antonio Banderas plays a private detective with a seemingly simple assignment that turns into a nutty escapade in 'The Big Bang.'
In 'Everything Must Go,' Will Ferrell portrays a salesman who has just lost his job and been kicked out by his wife.
Kristen Wiig: More subtle than 'The Hangover,' 'Bridesmaids' still has a strong gross-out element, which Saturday Night Live's Kristen Wiig excels at.
Plodding and stilted, 'There Be Dragons' tells the story of a Roman Catholic priest and his childhood friend and eventual enemy during the Spanish Civil War.
Keira Knightley and Sam Worthington play husband and wife in 'Last Night,' as they both face the temptation of infidelity.
In ‘The Beaver,’ Mel Gibson plays a man in crisis who resorts to a hand puppet to face his demons.
Marvel Comics starts another franchise as the superhero Thor gets tongue-in-cheek treatment.
Mark Ruffalo's 'Sympathy for Delicious' follows the spiritual journey of a disabled DJ, but the film devolves into a blur of squalling silliness.
'That's What I Am' is a coming-of-age drama with a strong performance from Ed Harris as a high school teacher.
In 'Cave of Forgotten Dreams,' Werner Herzog takes us on an extraordinary journey to see Earth's first artists and ponder the origins of what it means to be human.
In 'Exporting Raymond,' Philip Rosenthal discovers that developing a Russian version of the hit TV sitcom 'Everybody Loves Raymond' creates its own surreal humor.
In 'Incendies,' two children discover their deceased mother’s harrowing past in a war-torn Middle East.
'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.'
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