'Toy Story 3' is even better than its predecessors!
Liam Neeson and Quinton "Rampage" Jackson star in the ‘The A-Team’
The affair between the iconic French designer and Russian composer is long and drawn out in this pedestrian biopic, ‘Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky.’
Jackie Chan and Jaden Smith star in 'The Karate Kid.'
The little known but true story of John Rabe, a German businessman who saved thousands of civilians during the rape of Nanking in 1937.
Colin Farrell plays a feisty Irish fisherman in ‘Ondine,’ a modern-day fairy tale with a twist.
Micmacs, a crazily inventive French film, has a freneticism that will eventually draw you in.
Jean-Luc Godard's seminal 1960s gangster classic 'Breathless' is newly restored.
More crude comedy from the Apatows in 'Get Him to the Greek,' whose main character, rock star Aldous Snow, is resuscitated from ‘Forgetting Sarah Marshall.’
'Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo' documents Japan's fascination with insects.
Marvelous documentary ‘Picasso and Braque Go to the Movies’ explores how the founders of Cubism were inspired by early filmmaking.
The story line is barely there, but fabulous clothes are on full display throughout ‘Sex and the City 2.’
Jake Gyllenhaal wears his heroism lightly as the prince in the video-game inspired ‘Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time.'
An imaginary friend comes to the rescue in 'Looking for Eric,' a comedy about a Manchester United fan searching for meaning in the face of a midlife crisis.
A young orthodox Jew gets seduced into drug running in ‘Holy Rollers,’ only to find that life gets nastily complicated.
'Shrek Forever After,' the final installment, takes a page from ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ with a painful look at what things would have been like if the ogre had never been born.
Michael Douglas plays a self-destructive sleazy car salesman down on his luck in ‘Solitary Man.’
‘Princess Kaiulani’ plays like a History Channel feature on Hawaii’s fight to defend its independence, led by a feisty princess.
A spoof of 1960s spy thrillers, 'OSS 117: Lost in Rio' gives French self-mockery a decided edge.
The romantic plot twists of ‘Letters to Juliet’ are yawningly predictable but the beautiful scenery makes it all bearable.
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