Jude Law and Forest Whitaker star in this twisted sci-fi yarn Published July 27 2010
The man behind 'Happiness' returns with a sequel to that bleak comedy Published July 21 2010
Straight to vid cop drama is ambitious but lead turn by Chris Klein ruins the fun Published July 17 2010
Christopher Nolan's bold, ambitious dream saga is too complex for its own good Published July 16 2010
The buzz around 'Inception' is building - could it be a Best Picture nominee? Published July 15 2010
Nicolas Cage stars in this breezy romp about a would-be magician trying to save the world Published July 14 2010
Ben Still shines in this alienating dramedy about a lost soul's search for love Published July 13 2010
Actor Nicolas Cage's career isn't what it used to be, but we still remember some of his best performances Published July 12 2010
Steve Carell voices a new super villain in this winning animated romp Published July 9 2010
This haunting Irish import delivers raw performances and a few bold scares Published July 7 2010
The mind behind the new Italian import shares his love of food and cinema Published July 1 2010
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