A guy in his late 20s faces even odds of beating cancer in "50/50."
Money worries tempt a feckless single mother at the end of her tether in "Think of Me."
Lasse Hallstrom has sweetened the satire right out of Paul Torday's side-splitting political sendup.
An unpalatable confection whose sophomoric approach to its very adult subject is likely to leave some auds bewildered and others actively offended.
Engaging leads, energetic musical numbers and a familiar story should ensure healthy biz for "Mere brother ki dulhan."
Whit Stillman's whimsical campus comedy "Damsels in Distress" is an utter delight.
Cameras follow Paul McCartney in the days leading up to and during the Concert for NYC in October 2001.
"My Worst Nightmare" is dated, clunky, indifferently staged and markedly unfunny.
Moviegoers may wish the projectionist could replay some of the spectacular sequences in this cop-vs.-gangster fight-athon.
A mercenary searching for the extinct Tasmanian Tiger has his suppressed humanity stirred in "The Hunter."
"Sarah Palin -- You Betcha!" shovels enough dirt to satisfy her haters, but lacks sufficient humor and insight to make it a must-see for anyone else.