February 10, 2011 12:28pm EST
We look back at a few great films.
February 22, 2008 4:45am EST
Much like its title character, Charlie Bartlett just doesn’t fit in with its peer group (teen movies and psychology dramedies). And both the character and movie go to show you that sometimes it’s good--in this case very good--not to fit in.
December 01, 2007 9:56am EST
Much like the title family it depicts so well, The Savages is constantly at odds with itself--hilarious yet heartbreaking, warm yet frigid. The result is one final contradiction: a movie that is tough to swallow, yet one of the year’s best.
October 05, 2007 6:24am EST
This erotically charged sizzler from Oscar-winning director Ang Lee is a brilliant look at how the best-laid plans of freedom fighters during wartime can backfire, especially when sex with the enemy is a fundamental part of their deadly scheme.
July 23, 2007 10:07am EST
Less flash, more grit, The Order of the Phoenix is definitely the most introspective of the Harry Potter movies. If you’re expecting fast-paced wizardry action at every turn, however, you might be disappointed.
April 20, 2007 4:59am EST
Wistful and uneven, Jonathan Kasdan's In the Land of Women is like Garden State by way of a John Hughes movie--but less engaging than either.
August 20, 2004 2:02pm EST
Despite a promising start, Exorcist: The Beginning crumbles into a hilarious mess of a story with deplorable dialogue. Think Scare Tactics meets the world of bad, bad CGI.