'White Irish Drinkers' is a mean streets take on working-class Brooklyn where two brothers wrestle with their life of petty crime.
'Sucker Punch' is like a videogame with scantily clad young women doing the heroics, but it lacks life or a coherent story line.
In action-thriller 'Limitless,' Bradley Cooper plays a struggling writer who stumbles upon a brain-enhancing drug that radically changes his life.
In this comedy adventure, two sci-fi geeks go on a road trip in Nevada where they accidentally meet a foul-mouthed alien named Paul.
Paul Giamatti’s struggling lawyer is nuanced and fresh in 'Win Win,' a bittersweet drama with heart.
Juliette Binoche stars in 'Certified Copy,' a provocative romantic drama that fudges the line between reality and fantasy.
Brontë’s novel 'Jane Eyre' is recast as a middling horror film, but Mia wasikowska plays a spirited Jane.
‘Twilight’ fans will be all over this werewolf story 'Red Riding Hood,' replete with the familiar love triangle.
High-energy sci-fi, 'Battle: Los Angeles' is full of intense action but little in the way of character development.
'Black Death' is a garishly violent action horror film that leaves little to the imagination.
'Carmen in 3D' is a great opera, beautifully sung and the latest in a line of classic operas now showing in movie theaters.
‘Happythankyoumoreplease’ hangs on three stories, each of them a little tedious.
In the romantic sci-fi thriller 'The Adjustment Bureau,' Matt Damon and Emily Blunt play lovers not destined to be together.
Animated western 'Rango' stars Johnny Depp, in one of his best roles, as a chameleon.
Actors are paid for their way with words. Colin Firth had to go above and beyond his usual craft to come up with a credible stammer for his Oscar-winning role in 'The King's Speech,' which also won Best Picture.
Forget Matt Damon. Filmmakers outside America are more likely to favor moral heroism over physical heroism. Meet India's Salman Khan.
To some, the Academy Awards are nothing more than a meaningless, self-indulgent spectacle. But to others, the Oscars are really an insipid, decadent pseudo-event. No matter what your opinion, the event produces a lot of Hollywood trivia.
In ‘Of Gods and Men,’ eight French monks living in the Algerian mountains choose humanity, not escape when faced with a chilling threat.
Filmed in Botswana, ‘The Last Lions’ is a haunting portrait of a mother defending her young.
In 'Hall Pass,' two husbands plunge into chasing women after being granted a week off from their marriages by their wives in this crass comedy.