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Crazy new gadgets, vigorous action sequences and a thorough production-design makeover aren't enough to keep "Total Recall" from feeling like a near-total redundancy.
A crass women's penitentiary picture reconceived for today's manga- and vidgame-savvy crowd.
Nina Raine's play rigorously examines a host of doctors' dilemmas.
The latest entry in a series commenced by the 2004 Ashton Kutcher sleeper, "The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelation" improves upon a weak direct-to-DVD second effort with an entertainingly twisty tale…
"Flash of Genius" is anything but. Pic's pervasive blandness marks this as a theatrical also-ran.
Director Michael Davis makes the transition from straight-to-DVD stinkers to the bigscreen in conspicuous fashion, with an action movie that is violent and vile in equal measure.
Don Cheadle gets a role to shake loose and revel in with Petey Greene, the loose-cannon deejay hero of Kasi Lemmons' energetic biopic "Talk to Me," which alternates too deliberately between jaunty…
"Superman Kills Self" ranks as one of the most traumatic newspaper headlines of the 1950s to many Americans who were kids then, and the little-discussed sad and seamy aspects of the case are explored…
A decent finish to a middling trilogy -- though the ending leaves the door wide open for more -- "Blade: Trinity" won't linger in the memory long, but gives pretty good action eye-candy while it's…
The dawn of the age of superheroes and weapons of mass destruction is imagined in literally overblown terms in "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen." One must ask whether the youth audience will be…