Date Night (PG-13)Leave it to Steve Carell to take a simple night out with his wife and unwittingly turn it into a series of raucous events. In Date Night, he… READ ON
Prepare to be delighted. Honey-dipped Letters to Juliet is so thoroughly charming that true love seems like like it’s just around the corner, while getting published in The New Yorker… READ ON
For the average American male, a mid-life crisis means a Ferrari. For Shrek (voiced by Mike Myers), a hulking green ogre with antennae, facing mid-life mundanity means getting back to… READ ON
Short tunics, thigh-high boots and a lot of eye candy make the campy remake of Clash of the Titans a delectable romp, full of ridiculous dialogue and overwrought effects.
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Break out the tissues and skip the mascara, because there’s no escape from the tear-jerking clutches of The Last Song.
In her first big-screen departure from Hannah Montana, Miley Cyrus… READ ON
Sherlock Holmes stars Robert Downey Jr. as the classic, crime-solving hero in Guy Ritchie’s thoroughly modern take on the iconic character. While the film is a lively, action-packed affair, the… READ ON
The Twilight Saga: New Moon (PG-13) (To Be Released March 20)
America’s favorite chaste teens are back. After a little bloodshed at Bella’s birthday party sends the hungry Cullen family… READ ON
Capitalism: A Love Story (R)
Firebrand filmmaker Michael Moore turns his skeptical lens on Wall Street, for an examination of corporate economic dominance, what happened to the American economy, and… READ ON
Sumptuous, lavish and spilling over with a plethora of previously unreleased footage, The September Issue double-disc DVD feels as luxurious as the pages of the magazine it depicts.
The film,… READ ON
Taut, visually compelling and set to an imaginative set of aural cues and musical nuances, Shutter Island attempts to question the very grounding of the mind and human perception.
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Break out the fur hats and jumpsuits: Scott Sanders’ Black Dynamite revives 1970s-style blaxploitation film in all its over-the-top, ass-kicking glory complete with big hair, bare breasts and kung fu.… READ ON
When Michael Jackson’s This Is It arrived in theaters last fall for a limited-run release, its presentation of the late pop star was an exercise in duality. The film undeniably… READ ON