A slick, disposable soap opera about two dancers falling in love against Brooklyn's underground club scene.
Usual suspects, few surprises, unforgivable omissions -- got it. Now, can we watch the movies?
David Cronenberg, Atom Egoyan and Xavier Dolan lead a strong Canadian contingent in the 67th festival competition.
On the eve of the Cannes Film Festival's official selection announcement, a major competition prospect has emerged in Tommy Lee Jones' frontier drama "The Homesman."
This bland, earnest yet fairly restrained Christian heart-tugger isn't quite the vomitous bucket of spiritual saccharine the ads would suggest.
Willem Dafoe and Matt Dillon anchor this blandly constructed crime thriller set in 1983 Louisiana.
A nifty found-footage thriller that marks a promising debut for writing-directing duo Clif Prowse and Derek Lee.
Although less "awww"-inspiring than "Born to Be Wild," this doc should score impressive numbers as a family-friendly educational crowdpleaser.
He who has ears to hear, let him buy a ticket to Darren Aronofsky's extraordinary movie.
Domestic and ecological dramas abound in this bright, noisy, overstuffed sequel to Fox's 2011 surprise hit.
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Captain America: The Winter Soldier1Weekend:$26.6M Disney
Rio 22Weekend:$22.5M Fox
Heaven is for Real
Heaven is for Real3Weekend:$21.5M Sony / TriStar