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New on DVD: 'Noah' and 'The Other Woman'
Luc Besson’s “Lucy” features Scarlett Johansson as a woman whose brain power is out of this world.
Suspense and gamesmanship course through the spy thriller “A Most Wanted Man” with Philip Seymour Hoffman, Rachel McAdams and Robin Wright.
Dazzling "Dance of Reality" proves a provocative, surreal film memoir from the 85-year-old master maker of "El Topo."
Despite the presence of Oscar winners Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton, “And So It Goes” comedy is cut from bland, sitcom cloth.
Zach Braff does triple duty as director, co-writer and actor in “Wish I Was Here,” as a struggling actor, husband and dad reassessing life.
Dwayne Johnson looks the part of Hercules but cannot sell the role in new movie based on Steve Moore comic.
"Transcendence" stars Johnny Depp as in a kind of high-tech horror story; "Heaven Is for Real" recounts a boy‘s visions of the afterlife.
A half-dozen new movies range from the return of animated planes and a look at Roger Ebert to a couple‘s attempt to spice up their life.
Roman Polanski is ba-a-a-ck in rare form: "Venus in Fur," a dark comedy-drama, explores the S&M sexual dynamics of acting and directing.
Sequel leaves the suburbs for violent 12-hour encounter.
On sale this week: "Rio 2," "Under the Skin," “Debbie Macomber‘s Cedar Cove” and “How the West Was Won.”
Audiences may feel "Persecuted" after watching this confused, confusing movie about a TV preacher targeted for ruin.
“Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” has little monkey business but much movie magic as Caesar and hundreds of apes return to screen life.
"Citizen Koch" delivers an impact — but not the real goods — on the Supreme Court's controversial Citizens United political-money ruling.
Oscar winner Paul Haggis is willing to take risks and juggle multiple interlocking stories, as he shows again in “Third Person.”
Indie gem “The Grand Seduction,” an English-language remake of “Seducing Dr. Lewis,” fishes for laughs amid sitcom-sty situations.
"Bad Words," and LeWeek-End" for sale this week.
"The Lunchbox," "The Unknown Known" and "Like Father, Like Son" hits store shelves this weekend.
Road-trip comedy “Tammy,“ starring co-writer Melissa McCarthy and Susan Sarandon, takes more disappointing than dandy detours.
Three boys about to lose their neighborhood find an alien and a valuable reminder about friendship in the PG-rated “Earth to Echo.”
Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley each get a chance to “Begin Again” in the musical dramedy from the filmmaker behind “Once.”
South Korean directer Bong Joon-ho delivers more than just another generic action movie with “Snowpiercer.”
The demonic possession police procedural “Deliver Us From Evil” only gets good and wound up for its third-act good vs. evil confrontation.