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Dwayne Johnson showcases his screen presence.

Dwayne Johnson showcases his screen presence. Race to Witch Mountain is the first kids’ film

The long-awaited film of Alan Moore’s classic comic book/graphic novel “Watchmen”

The long-awaited film of Alan Moore’s classic comic book/graphic novel “Watchmen” is a work that’s

‘Jonas Brothers’ is only for fans

To be a 15 year-old girl, in braces and swooning over that first love. To join friends you can

It is written: ‘Slumdog’ will rule Oscars

I don’t care what the odds are, how the winds are blowing or what the obsessed online Oscar watchers

Stars: Stunts, cheering were hard

“Fired Up” is “‘Wedding Crashers’ meets ‘Bring It On,’” jokes star Eric Christian Olsen. A comic

‘Confessions’ is a cute time-killer

This hit-or-miss comedy is about the perils of conspicuous consumption. “Confessions of a

‘Friday the 13th’ remake: like killer, it lacks heart

With any luck, this film franchise will tank. Let’s celebrate “Friday the 13th” with a little

SSLqInternationalSSRq is slow, but it's an enjoyable ride

The filmSSRqs theme on the misbehavior of bankers makes it timely. Eleven years ago, Tom

Another ‘Pink’ payday for Martin

The great comedian doesn’t get what makes this character funny. Someday, we’ll stroll through

‘Coraline’: another marvel from ‘Nightmare’ makerSFlb

Stop-motion animation delivers an unequaled charm. Dark, magical and endlessly inventive,

‘Push’ has no real power

Dakota Fanning plays her first-ever drunk scene in “Push,” a new comic-book-inspired thriller about

‘Uninvited’: welcome guest in horror genre

It’s not a slasher film. An effective blend of thriller and horror — of “The Hand that Rocks

Tight script, brilliant stagecraft make ‘Taken’ a winner

Three self-evident truths emerge from “Taken,” the lean and brutal thriller about why one should

The Nazi generation gap is exposed in ‘The Reader’

In some stories, there can be no catharsis, the German writer Bernhard Schlink has said of his

‘Milk’ is an inspiring lesson in civil rights

Sean Penn brings gay rights organizer Harvey Milk to life. Democracy at the street level makes

OSCAR NOMINATIONS ‘Button,’ ‘Slumdog’ and surprises

‘The Dark Knight’ did not get a Best Picture or Best Director nod. “The Curious Case of

Rhona Mitra makes the fur fly in ‘Underworld: Rise of Lycans’

She’s in the small sorority of tough-guy actresses. “When you’re a woman, roles don’t come

Tragedy, triumph underscore brilliant ‘Slumdog Millionaire’

A poor orphan wins a game show jackpot in this tale set in modern India. New affluence

‘Hotel for Dogs’: Cute but not worth checking out

Kids will watch most anything with a dog in it — witness the success of “Beverly Hills Chihuahua”

‘Paul Blart’ star borrows a page from John Candy

The thin comic appeal of Kevin James is laid on a bit thicker in “Paul Blart: Mall Cop,” his first

‘Notorious’: Bio film is as big as its subject

The casting is superb with newcomer Jamal Woolard as Biggie. Rap earns its first top-drawer

‘Defiance’ adds fresh angle to a traditional war movie

Director Edward Zwick makes each battle a rousing firefight. “Defiance” is, in too many ways

‘Not Easily Broken’ needs a script fix

It’s a familiar story that lacks ambition. “Not Easily Broken” is a marriage-in-crisis

‘Bride Wars’: Problem is in the perspective

The big problem with the romantic comedy “Bride Wars” seems as plain as the opening credits. This

‘Valkyrie’ capably recreates a hidden moment in history

Tom Cruise makes his character very human and pragmatic. An unfussy, adult and stoic Tom

‘The Spirit’ is a dream for fans

It’s a daft and dazzling send-up of ‘dark’ comic-book adaptations. This is what “Sin City”

Aniston, Wilson star in dog of a movie

‘Marley and Me’ doesn’t make the jump from book to film. It’s a relief that “Marley & Me,” the

Adam Sandler’s ‘Bedtime Stories’: It was a good idea on paper

Tales come true in this Disney kid flick. Box-office commodity Adam Sandler is repositioned as

‘Benjamin Button’ fable clings to profound theme

The film stars Brad Pitt, but it takes a while before he looks like himself. There’s a lot of

The movie year in review: best and worst of 2008

‘The Duchess,’ ‘Milk’ and ‘WALL-E’ are on the top films list. Was it a great 2008 at the

Busy ‘Despereaux’ ignores simplicity

“The Tale of Despereaux” talks a good game. It talks and talks and talks. This fairy tale cartoon,

‘Seven Pounds’ earns the tears it may bring

The rules for a weeper, a movie tear-jerker, could not be simpler. Touch us. Make us fumble around

Message overwhelms ‘Day Earth Stood Still’

This remake of the 1951 film would have been better if the emotions were emphasized. Keanu

Stars barely salvage ‘Nobel Son’ script

“Nobel Son” stars the great Alan Rickman, over-the-top and deliciously insufferable as a college

‘Boy in Striped Pajamas’ views Holocaust through fresh eyes

The excellent film has the viewpoint of an 8-year-old German boy. Moviegoers can be forgiven

‘Cadillac Records’ comes close enough for rock ’n’ roll

The cluttered script is a drawback. Brilliantly cast and ambitious to beat the band, “Cadillac

Moviegoers will want revenge for wasting time on ‘Punisher’SFlb

The second film adapted from the comic book is worse than the first. With “Punisher: War

‘Australia’ provides gorgeous picture

The movie pairs Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman against the backdrop of World War II. Don’t

‘Transporter 3’ bombs with bad, banal writing

The director of the third “Transporter” movie has given himself the name “Olivier Megaton.” Too

‘Four Christmases’ wastes much talent

“Four Christmases” hurls towering Vince Vaughn at tiny Reese Witherspoon and a lot of Oscars at a

‘Bond. James Bond’: Will we ever hear it again?

Actor Daniel Craig likes the old traditions but wants to set them up properly. MIAMI — To

‘Soul Men’ shows what we lost when Bernie Mac died

We know we’ve lost Bernie Mac. And it takes only about 10 minutes of his next-to-last screen

Animals with issues: ‘Madagascar’ returns

The penguins — and the human cast — take a curtain call. “Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa” is more

Does ‘Zack and Miri’ prove Kevin Smith is past his prime?

The “it” boy of crude comedy, Seth Rogen, loses some of his comic heat when he teams up with the guy

Watching ‘Saw V’ is pure torture

Another All Hallow’s Eve, another “Saw” movie. They’re as dependable as pumpkins and as fresh as a

‘Pride and Glory’ ends up being nothing great

“Pride and Glory” is a morality play in a minor key, a movie about dirty cops and the way that dirt

'High School Musical' is wholesome and predictable, but that's all part of the charm

The show peaks early with an eye-popping duet. Call it a musical with training wheels, call it

‘Max Payne’ offers viewer minimum pleasure

The film hides its video-game roots well. “Max Payne” is a conventional cop-vengeance thriller

Sex drives raunchy comedy’s goofy plot

A cluttered plotline leaves little room for romance. “Sex Drive” is a “Sure Thing” for the

Super sweet ‘Bees’ movie may be too sticky to swallow

The Civil Rights tale offers three great performances. The thing about honey is that it’s not

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