The difficulty of being a woman in a man's world -- namely, the U.S. military -- is the clear theme of "Fort Bliss."
Two very fine actors do what they can to enliven a bland cross-cultural bonding exercise in "Learning to Drive."
Borderline personality disorder turns out to be more of a laughing matter than it probably should be in "Welcome to Me."
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Rarely has Francois Ozon analyzed the cracks in his characters' bourgeois facades to such smooth and pleasurable effect as he does in "The New Girlfriend."
A strong if self-consciously deglammed performance from Jennifer Aniston deserves more honest story treatment than it gets in "Cake."
Richard Gere goes slumming in the streets of Manhattan and emerges with one of his most remarkable performances in "Time Out of Mind."
The intricate workings of a rare and remarkable mind are rendered in simple, accessible terms in this sensitively directed inspirational biopic.
The moves are none too surprising but the psychological back-and-forth still compels attention in "Pawn Sacrifice."