Smart, addictive and situated in a fascinating historical moment, “The Bletchley Circle” is the kind of nifty little British confection only PBS would provide, particularly in this limited…
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What begins as a barbed satire of our pill-popping, self-medicating society morphs into something intriguingly different in this elegantly coiled puzzler.
An unwieldy animated free-for-all featuring vocal contributions by four Monty Python members that's sadly lacking in both the comedy and tragedy of Graham Chapman's life.
Perhaps the best that can be said for the years-in-the-works "Men in Black 3" is that its prolonged, difficult development rarely leaves visible scars on the finished product.
A romantic dramedy so full of tragic missteps it becomes almost perversely compelling.
An occasionally funny farce about an extramarital affair between formerly married fiftysomethings.
All that really counts for a movie like "Marley & Me" is that the climactic scenes empty the audiences' tear ducts, and in this it succeeds to the point that theater managers may need to mop the…
"What Happens in Vegas" leads to neo-screwball comedy in New York, and the result is an undemandingly diverting and exceptionally commercial pic that should click with its target 25-and-under demo…
The summer's foodie mini-genre continues with "No Reservations," in which the wizard in the kitchen is not a rat but Catherine Zeta-Jones as an uber-chef made to see there's more to life than foie…
A genuine international thriller set almost entirely in New York City in and around the United Nations, "The Interpreter" is coolly absorbing without being pulse-quickening. The film is plot-heavy…
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