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Industrialist Tony Stark faces the loss of everything he loves when a terrorist mastermind opens fire on the U.S. Third entry marks an exciting return to form for a franchise that had dipped in quality. More »
Well-done, gripping international thriller, starring the underrated Aaron Eckhart. More »
The post-conversion 3D is disappointing, but the newest Star Trek adventure remains exciting summer entertainment with a most appealing ensemble cast. More »
Eli Roth steps in front of the camera in this fun but by-the-numbers horror romp. More »
In a comedic rite of passage—meeting the folks—complicated by class barriers, Craig Robinson flails around in Peeples. Sometimes it produces laughs. More »
Jay-Z meets Jay G in this hyperventilated version of F. Scott’s eloquent novel about an enigmatic self-made millionaire—the film isn’t for purists, but Baz should generate a buzz with young audiences. More »
Clear-headed and utterly reasonable and engrossing doc suggesting why Israel and the Palestinians cannot finally consummate the long-talked-about, generally accepted two-state solution to Middle East antagonism. More »
This theatre-centric frolic has a clever, pleasing start, but sadly degenerates into bland formula stuff. More »
Nifty little genre gem with its share of surprises has three damsel campers in distress on an isolated island they didn’t know they’d be sharing with three hunters back from overseas battle and with too much fight left in them. More »
Love him or hate him, this documentary about the polarizing figure leaves you wanting more substance. More »
Motion Picture Association of America chairman and CEO Chris Dodd, along with National Association of Theatre Owners president John Fithian, revealed a new campaign intended to remind parents about the tools at their disposal which allow them to make educated decisions about content appropriate for their children. More »
The Event Cinema Association and IHS Screen Digest announced the release of a first-time body of research in the area of alternative content, also known as event cinema. More »
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