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.'
Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson form two sides of a love triangle in the Depression-era story 'Water for Elephants,' where the best performance comes from Rosie the elephant.
'The Princess of Montpensier,' about courtly intrigue in 16th-century France, is finely drawn and slightly bland.
In the psychological thriller 'The Double Hour,' an ex-cop and chambermaid meet at a dating club and hit it off, only to have tragedy strike.
'The Conspirator' is a courtroom drama about Mary Surratt, a Confederate sympathizer accused of helping to plot Abraham Lincoln's assassination.
As the USSR collapses, ‘My Perestroika’ follows its upheaval on five Russian children coming of age.
Trained by her ex-C.I.A. father, teenage Hanna is unleashed on the world even as she explores it.
Biopic 'Soul Surfer' is not as inspiring as the real-life story of Bethany Hamilton, a teen surfer who made a triumphant comeback after a shark attack.
Lowbrow comedy 'Your Highness' is a spoof on period dramas but elicits few laughs.
In this remake of 'Arthur,' Russell Brand plays a spoiled man-child billionaire in pursuit of amusement.
Will Sasso: Curly, the 'nyukking' Third Stooge, will reportedly be played by Canadian actor Will Sasso in the upcoming film adaption of the 'Three Stooges.'
'Trust' is a chilling cautionary tale about online sexual predators and the shattering fallout for a 14-year-old and her family.