Director and actor Woody Allen's new film is sweet but not particularly memorable.
'Seeking' is the worst entry yet in the end-of-the-world genre.
The issue of rape in the US military is explored in this essential documentary.
Here are 5 of the best movies written or directed by the filmmaker, who died June 26, 2012.
'Brave' is more Disney-like than Pixar's best work, but the best thing about the film is heroine Merida.
Seeing the audience experience performance artist Marina Abramovic is overwhelming to watch.
'Your Sister's Sister' (mostly) works despite its too tidy conclusion.
'Rock of Ages' struggles with tone and two bland leads.
Life is a journey, but Fonda tripped out.
Protagonist Lola is a believable heroine for our times, and the movie avoids tying everything up in a big bright bow.
Most of the best effects in 'Prometheus' are lifted from director Ridley Scott's 'Alien,' and the film's meditations on life and the universe don't amount to much.
A Cat in Paris: This Parisian cat's tale is sweet and inventive animated film, with a dash of noir.
'One Day' chronicles the events of 24 hours in lives all over the world.
Some of the special effects are great, but 'Snow White' takes too long to get where it's going.
Improbable pairing. You know the rest.
Wes Anderson's new film is sweeter than some of his other films and provokes nostalgia.
'Men in Black 3' is reasonably entertaining and features a great turn by actor Josh Brolin as a young Tommy Lee Jones.
The French police drama is less than the sum of its parts.
While 'Hysteria' has some funny performances, the humor in the movie is played too broadly.
Box office analysts say 'The Avengers' is only the beginning of potential blockbusters for the summer season.
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