Actor Justin Bartha segues from raucous comedies to intimate dramas like "Holy Rollers." Published October 27 2010
Oliver Stone takes a one-sided look at socialism in South America. Published October 27 2010
Sam Rockwell's brilliant turn in 'Conviction' could lead to an Oscar nod Published October 26 2010
The inspiration behind "Conviction" tells the backstory behind the movie of her life. Published October 22 2010
Adrien Brody ably stands in for Arnold Schwarzenegger in new 'Predators' flick. Published October 21 2010
Woody Allen's latest is neither funny nor emotionally fulfilling Published October 18 2010
New romantic dramedy stalls to the finish line Published October 12 2010
The producer of the new documentary Freakonomics lured the best directors in the genre for his film Published October 8 2010
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