There’s another tsunami film coming to theaters, reminding us that the moon has a hit out on us.
Darth Maul was pretty excellent, but otherwise this was the beginning of a highly questionable trilogy. Hey – as of this weekend you can question it in 3D.
A fisheries expert is approached by a consultant to help realize a sheik’s vision of bringing the sport of fly-fishing to the desert.
Steven Soderbergh delivers a clever, hot-blooded action flick that just might make a movie star out of MMA champion Gina Carano.
The weekend brings us Haywire, Underworld: Awakening, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close and Red Tails.
Law students, take note: don’t take a job at the morgue, lest you become tormented by a serial killer and a cranky Nick Nolte like poor Ewan McGregor.
Looks like fairy tales are back in a big way: A modern telling of a classic in which the long-standing peace between men and giants is threatened, and a young farmer leads an expedition into the giants’ kingdom to rescue a princess.
Thank god there’s another apocalyptic viral disaster movie coming. A chef and a scientist fall in love as an epidemic begins to rob people of their sensory perceptions.
This looks pretty badass! A black ops super soldier seeks payback after she is betrayed and set up during a mission.
There were few ’90s movies cooler than Danny Boyle’s alternately hilarious and harrowing portrait of young Scottish heroin addicts.
Can three cute and oh so clever indie movies take on the School For Gifted Youngsters? June starts off with Submarine, Beginners, Mr. Nice and X-Men: First Class.
A satirical alternative history of World War II where the Nazis seize London and England must band together to prevent a full on invasion. And with puppets!
Love! Love! Love! Baz Luhrmann keeps the party going all night long in this musical bacchanal, now available on Netflix Instant.