Top 10 Movie Lists
Awards & Oscars
Review: ‘A Separation’ is Good, but Oscar Good?
The Oscar winner for Best Foreign Language Film is now on DVD.
Watch the Thriller ‘Headhunters’ This Week
An art thief gets in way over his head in this cool thriller, now on DVD.
Review: Little White Lies is a Must-See, No Lie
From the director of the excellent
Tell No One
comes this movie.
Cannes Winner ‘Elena’ Movie Review
The 2011 winner of Cannes' Special Jury Prize is now playing in Seattle.
Extraterrestrial Movie Review: It’s No Timecrimes
If aliens invade but never appear, does it count as an alien invasion movie? Oh, wait.
Polisse: The Best Movie of 2012?
To put it simply,
, about the French version of SVU, is by far one of the best films of the year, and of the last several years.
Headhunters Movie Review: See It Now
is a pulse-pounding nonstop action thrill ride with plenty of intrigue throughout. Enough said.
The Double Hour Movie Review
A chambermaid meets an ex-cop at a speed dating event and things take off from there, and then bad things happen.
Win an Autographed Raid: Redemption Poster!
The Raid: Redemption releases in select theaters today! Enter to win an autographed movie poster signed by writer/director Gareth Evans!
The Kid with a Bike Movie Review
Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at this year's Cannes Film Festival, the deeply moving new film by the Dardenne brothers delves into the emotional life of a troubled 11-year-old.
In Darkness Movie Review
The Oscar nominee for Best Foreign Language Film opens in Seattle and other select cities today. Read our review of this holocaust-based drama.
Will ‘Bullhead’ Win for Best Foreign Language Film?
Foreign films are cool. Because they're foreign, and they speak foreign languages, and they have plots you'd never see in America.
opens in Seattle today.
Miss Bala Movie Review
Miss Bala, the official Mexican entry to the Oscars for 2011, is a dark and terrifying look into the world of Mexico’s gang wars.
Point Blank Movie Review
Pregnant wife, check. Upcoming promotion, check. Corrupt, murderous cops who've kidnapped said wife and future mother? Check.
Circumstance Movie Review
An Iranian-based film hardly seems the setting for a sexy romantic drama about two teenage girls who fall in love with one another, but here's
, now on DVD.
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Review: ‘Creed’ Goes 11 Rounds
‘Mockingjay Part 2′ Review: The Long, Sad Song of Katniss Everdeen
Review: ‘Secret in Their Eyes’ Has No Secrets
‘Brooklyn’ Movie Review