In 'The Forgiveness of Blood,' a medieval code of retribution pulls a modern-day Albanian town back into the Middle Ages.
Using active-duty US Navy SEALs boosts 'Act of Valor' beyond being a garden-variety action flick.
Here are the nominees with the best chances of snagging that gold statuette on Oscar night
'Undefeated' documents the extraordinary empathy of a white football coach for his team of African-American players, whose chaotic personal lives threaten to undermine their talents.
'This Means War' is an improbably couples' movie that stretches credibility while coasting on Reese Witherspoon's charm.
'The Secret World of Arrietty' is a supernal coming-of-age story. The movie's hushed mystery and lyricism casts a hypnotizing spell.
'The Phantom Menace' and 'Beauty and the Beast' were just the beginning of old movies that will be new again
A dirty cop movie, 'Rampart' gets inside the head of the paranoid Dave Brown, played by Woody Harrelson, as investigative units start to close in on him.
Linda Cardellini's nuanced take on a mother searching for her place is finely observed.
With its long climb out of amnesia, 'The Vow' plays with viewers' patience.
Michael Caine and Dwayne Johnson bring charm and levity to a predictable and somewhat juvenile 'Journey 2: The Mysterious Island.'
British thriller 'Kill List' is not for the squeamish as the ‘surprises’ keep coming.
Norwegian film 'King of Devil's Island' is a predictable prison-movie set at a brutally run boys' reform school.
'The Woman in Black' star Daniel Radcliffe gives a convincing performance, but the storyline of the film becomes less clear as the movie progresses.
A classic save-the-whale story, 'Big Miracle' has a limp, by-the-numbers execution, despite its solid lineup of actors, including Drew Barrymore and John Krasinski.
Occasionally, foreign films score big at American box offices. Here are the all-time top-grossing foreign-language films in the US.
From film critics Gail Kinn and Jim Piazza's new book 'The Greatest Movies Ever,' their picks for the 50 greatest films
Gerard Naranjo's film about the Mexican drug trade seems to be only an art-house exploitation film.
Glenn Close gives a touching portrayal of a woman passing as a man in the film directed by Rodrigo García.
'Ethel,' about R.F.K.'s wife, and 'The Invisible War' leave a somber aftertaste.
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