A Children’s Crusade of three new kid-themed movies couldn’t stop Bella and Edward from taking the biggest Thanksgiving bite
In this followup to The Messenger, the star brings power and complexity to another of James Ellroy’s wily, corrupt boys in blue
Turning from violent men to a poignant waif, the director pays luminous tribute to old films—in his best new film of the millennium
Michael Fassbender and Keira Knightley fall into a mad passion in David Cronenberg’s what-if film about the first analyst to have an affair with his patient
With nearly $300 million in three days, the vampire epic proves irresistible to its fans and impregnable to reviewers’ scorn
In his effervescent sequel to the 2006 hit, director George Miller softens the eco-message and ups the pleasure ante for 97 mins. of 3-D delight
Nearly a century apart, Tyler Perry’s A Madea Christmas and D.W. Griffith’s The Birth of a Nation contrast a sassy black family with a racist masterpiece
Alexander Payne’s tale of a grieving Honolulu husband has been touted as Oscar bait but it’s closer to Hawaii Five-No
The Greek epic earned $32 million its first weekend, but Modern Warfare 3 did $400 million its first day—so who’s the champion of the young-male demographic?
Tarsem Singh’s myth-illogical epic offers a feast for the eye, scraps for the mind
The director, banned at Cannes for a Nazi joke, is dead serious in this ravishing, troubling, borderline-brilliant vision of life on a doomed planet—ours
Nine years ago, two young men from Conroe, Texas, wanted a joyride in a red Camaro; and because they shot and killed three people while stealing it, Jason Burkett got life in prison, and Michael Perry got death. By Jul. 1, 2010, …
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