2010 gave us both great dramas and clunkers that squandered our hard-earned money. Published December 30 2010
The Coen brothers deliver a taut remake of the 1969 classic western, but the film lacks their signature magic. Published December 27 2010
"How Do You Know" is writer/director James L. Brooks' first films since the disappointing "Spanglish." Are his best days behind him? Published December 16 2010
The Broadcast Film Critics Association gives 'Black Swan' 12 nominations Published December 13 2010
The new "Narnia" film hopes to revive the franchise. Published December 8 2010
The story of Facebook lands Best Pic, Best Director from DC critics group Published December 6 2010
Natalie Portman is mesmerizing in this overheated ballet drama Published December 3 2010
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