From "The Green Zone" to "The Oath," a look at the films you should have seen this year but probably didn't
These two titles offer a welcome departure from the traditional "family" film
How could the comedy nominees include "The Tourist" and "Burlesque" but leave out this summer remake?
As his new film, "The Fighter," comes out this week, a look at his most memorable roles from the past
The movie has earned a range of awards so far, and an Oscar nomination is likely. Is it worth seeing?
The "Back to the Future" director disappointed with "A Christmas Carol" and "Polar Express," but this 2007 film shows off his considerable talent
Watching these popcorn films at home instead of the theater is a surprisingly enjoyable experience
The movie wasn't the hit Hollywood wanted it to be when it was released in the theaters this summer. But it could have new life on DVD.
From missteps like "The Beach" to the underrated "Sunshine, looking at the director's mixed track record at the helm
Forget "Paranormal Activity 2" and "Saw 3D." These films offer Halloween-worthy scares without the formula of a franchise.
He's likely to get an Oscar nomination for his turn as the Facebook co-founder, but two other movies released this year demonstrate his range
The enigmatic actor plays two versions of himself in this underappreciated film
The legendary director's movie closed out the New York Film Festival this weekend
The Facebook movie is the festival's highest-profile release, but other selections are exciting as well
Does the first high-profile Web 2.0-centric studio film redefine how the online world is portrayed in movies?
With both halves of Bennifer in the news lately, a look back at the nadir of both of their careers
"Two Lovers" provides clues about the origins of the talented actor's strange career turn
Why you should watch this three-part miniseries about crime in Yorkshire
Most films don't offer a an interesting or realistic portrayal of how we use the Web. Here are some that do.
The two teen favorites have movies out on video this week. Can they move beyond their TV-for-kids roots?