Top 10 Movie Lists
Awards & Oscars
Review: The Overlooked ‘Perfect Sense’
I would go crazy if I lost my sense of taste, too.
Review: ‘Hitchcock’ is No Psycho
Anthony Hopkins dons a new face for the first time since his Hannibal Lecter days.
Review: Rust and Bone
Marion Cotillard shows some flesh, loses some flesh and shares some, too.
Review: ‘Not Fade Away’ Unfortunately Fades Away
David Chase - the creator of "The Sopranos" - makes his theatrical debut.
Review: ‘Promised Land’ Has More Promise Than Plunder
Matt Damon reunites with
Good Will Hunting
director Gus Van Sant. But will you care?
Review: Osama Meets His Match in ‘Zero Dark Thirty’
If it's a comedy, how come it isn't funny? Oh, wait...
Review: Does ‘Les Miserables’ Live Up to the Hype?
Anne Hathaway turns in a superb performance, but what about the movie itself?
Review: Kristen Stewart Goes ‘On the Road’, Gets Naked
Introducing the beginning of Kristen Stewart's post-Twilight career.
Review: Friedkin Returns to Form with ‘Killer Joe’
Matthew McConaughey also turns in a sizzling performance as a paid killer.
Review: ‘Barbara’, Germany’s Bid for Oscar Gold
An East German doctor attempts to flee to the West, but will you care?
‘The Hobbit’ Review: Peter Jackson Takes a Serious Risk
Peter Jackson takes a serious risk in his return to Middle Earth. Does it pay off?
Review: ‘Hyde Park on Hudson’ a Tale of Two Movies
Like Dr. Jekyll, the movie - about FDR, a mistress and King George VI - has split personalities.
Review: ‘Killing Them Softly’ Killed Me Slowly
Brad Pitt's new movie is a flop, and its failures were a mystery until I actually watched it.
Review: Seeking a Friend for the End of the World
When the end of the world is near, Steve Carell has a chance with Keira Knightley.
Review: ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ is Made of Gold
Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper turn in Oscar-worthy performances in this comedy.
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Don’t Kill John Wick’s Dog (A Movie Review)
Review: Michael Keaton Takes Flight in ‘Birdman’
Review: Radcliffe Sheds Potter Scar, Grows ‘Horns’
Review: ‘Fury’ Is No ‘Private Ryan,’ But That’s OK