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The thriller hits the screen with Scarlett Johansson's beauty in the body of a seductive alien -- boys beware.
"Transcendence" is marred by indifferent performances, heartless romance and dull action. Johnny Depp is bland. Kate Mara worse.
Jude Law takes a walk on the wild, unlawful side in "Dom Hemingway" as a crazy Cockney safecracker sprung from prison after a dozen years.
Marlon Wayans' film spoof is a scattershot, anything-goes affair that's unapologetically stupid.
"Bears" tracks Alaska brown bears as cute cubs through their first year of life in documentary timed to coincide with Earth Day.
“The Ten Commandments” will turn up on ABC and big screen but Easter Week also brings a handful of other movie options
"Ride Along," "Philomena" and "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" are among new releases this week.
The story of a boy who says he visited heaven moves from page to screen in a movie starring Greg Kinnear, Kelly Reilly and Connor Corum.
Bruno Mars and Andy Garcia join the flock of new voices in "Rio 2," which sends the blue macaws to the animated Amazon this time around.
Horror film "Oculus" asks mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the most sinister of all?
The movie, from director Ivan Reitman, tracks one pressure-packed day in the life of Sonny Weaver Jr. portrayed by Kevin Costner.
In the intimate gem "The Lunchbox," India's systematized version of Mr. McFeely's speedy delivery produces one bittersweet mistake.
“The Raid 2,” with returning star Iko Uwais, might just be the most violent movie ever made — and that’s saying something.
"The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug," "August: Osage County" and "Grudge Match" hit store shelves.
"Particle Fever" documentary takes moviegoers inside the twists, turns and, ultimately, triumphs of a scientific breakthrough.
Jamie Bell joins returning Charlotte Gainsbourg in second part of "Nymphomaniac," Lars von Trier's portrait of sexual compulsion.
In "Le Week-End" in Paris, an anniversary getaway turns problematic for Jim Broadbent, with Jeff Goldblum's seriocomic help and hindrance.
The film hits the sweet spot of fanboy expectation without sacrificing the minimal requirements of a thoughtful action movie.
Halle Berry executes a triple play in long-finished “Frankie & Alice,” but material lets her and fellow cast members down.
Italian festival movies focus on a family and a father unraveling and an art auctioneer whose world is upended in a different way.
'Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues,' 'The Bag Man,' and '47 Ronin' hit store shelves.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Joe Manganiello and "Sabotage" stars lend muscle to hard-edged story of DEA agents battling drug lords and killers.
She says she's "just a bad human being," while critic counters that first volume of "Nymphomaniac" is just a bad Lars Von Trier film.
"Noah," starring Russell Crowe, is a big, bold retelling of a biblical epic with moments of beauty and power (and some silliness, too).
Pittsburgh filmmaker Andres Tapia-Urzua explores philosophy behind the Open City of Ritoque, Chile.
Director-actor Jason Bateman spells subversive, R-rated comedy with "Bad Words," about a 40-year-old who enters a children's spelling bee.
First week of JFilm selections dramatize "Angel of Death," a Jewish-born Catholic cardinal, Polish tragedy and mystery, and a spirited boy.
'The Wolf of Wall Street,' 'Delivery Man,' and 'Walking with Dinosaurs' hit store shelves.
Director Wes Anderson matches his regulars with newcomers in a bittersweet, big-scale caper set in a fictional European spa town.
Andrzej Wajda's "Walesa: Man of Hope" probes the private as well as public life of an unconventional hero.
"Muppets Most Wanted," starring Ricky Gervais, chockablock with cameos, caper conceits and references only the adults in audience may get.
'American Hustle,' 'Frozen,' 'Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom' hit store shelves.
Before Shailene Woodley tackles "The Fault in Our Stars," she proves herself in the first film adaptation of Veronica Roth's best-sellers.