Morality tales have never been as gloriously fantastical as Terry Gilliam’s Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus.
Astro Boy is a fun sci-fi adventure that will resonate with older fans and win younger viewers.
A throwback to the golden era of 1970s sci-fi, Moon is a long overdue and morally relevant antidote to the overblown bombast of today’s science fiction.
Two true stories are merged into one delicious treat of a film in Julie & Julia.
Lavishly shot yet lagging in execution, Couples Retreat comes across more as a place worth visiting than a movie worth enduring.
Mao’s Last Dancer overcomes generic biopic devices thanks to passionate performances and an inspirational story which has transferred well from page to screen.
Zany visuals and spirited performances makes 500 Days of Summer an entertaining chronicle of the making and breaking of a modern secular relationship.
Ambitious in theme and length, with a much lower laugh rate compared to his previous work, Judd Apatow’s Funny People is his weakest feature yet.
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