“Looper” is about a man who has to kill someone from the future who turns out to be himself, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis.
Hysterical actors are thrown into a much less entertaining “Ocean’s 11”-style caper comedy in “Tower Heist.” Even the celebrated return of Eddie Murphy can’t save this crowd-pleasing, but far-fetched and forgettable film.
Writer, director and actor Evan Glodell fuses a classic love story with the testosterone of “Fight Club” in the low-budget romantic thriller “Bellﬂower.” The genre-bending combination makes for an exhilarating film that explores the darker side of love.
A large boulder unhinges, and Aron Ralston (James Franco) descends into darkness, caught between a boulder and a cavern seconds later. Unable to move, he is literally stuck between a rock and a hard place.
As the second 3-D animated film this year about a crazy villain who decides to change his lifestyle, “Megamind” isn’t nearly as memorable as this summer’s “Despicable Me.” But the film still manages to entertain with a whimsical voice cast and fine visual flair.
Inspired by Kazuo Ishiguro’s 2005 novel of the same name, “Never Let Me Go” is one of the most heartbreaking and beautiful films of the year because of its stellar performances and haunting premise.
“Let Me In,” a remake of the phenomenal 2008 Swedish film “Let The Right One In,” explores the painful adolescent feelings of growing up through the wonderful performances of its two leads.
A man crawls and climbs down the hallway walls of a spinning hotel room that rotates like a hamster wheel. A café in Paris becomes an exploding set of slow-motion objects that fly in every direction, while a freight train barrels through a downtown Los Angeles shootout in the pouring rain. These breathtaking scenes are…