Fact and fiction make odd bedfellows in Abbas Kiarostami's riff on the Euro art flick
Superbly touching documentary follows one man's life in picture taking
Haunting treatment of 1996 beheadings a powerfully empathetic look at belief
Restored 1948 documentary about Nazi war crimes remains relevant
The Adjustment Bureau, Beastly, Beetlejuice, District 9, Take Me Home Tonight, Thin, Paprika, Pocket Ninjas
Jacques Tati script receives a lovingly animated adaptation
Budrus, Drive Angry, Hall Pass, Mr. Bjarnfredarson, Nora's Will
"I subscribe to the Kubrick policy about discussing your own work, to wit: Do not."
Tiny Furniture may be the most adorable movie ever made about people who can't be bothered to recognize your existence.
Abramoff biopic charms, and that's all
Sally Hawkins stars in this heartstrings-pulling drama of a 1968 women's labor strike
Yimou turns the Coen brothers into a stunning void
Repo Man, The Tourist
Homeschooling gets taken to absurd extremes in this brilliant Greek dark comedy
How to Train Your Dragon, My Dog Tulip, Outbreak, Skyline
Final installment of Stig Larsson's crime saga doesn't dazzle, but is plenty satisfying
James Franco is way too pretty to play Allen Ginsberg, but he manages to inhabit the poet's idiosyncratic skin
Alain Resnais still finds fresh inspiration in an off-center romcom
Blade Runner, Hereafter, Paranormal Activity 2, Soul Kitchen, The Thing
Breathless, Contact, Jackass 3D, Pan's Labrynth, Red, Ultimatum, Up in the Air
Adam, Hatchet II, Jack Goes Boating, Let Me In, Still Bill
Arts and Entertainment
Readers pick the best movie theater and more.
Local artists moving on
Best Reason to Live Here, Best Neighborhood, Best Car-Free Weekend Getaway, Best Day Trip From Baltimore, Best Landmark, and more.
Israeli war film traps viewers inside the minds and eyes of an invading tank unit
Alice in Wonderland, Alpha and Omega, Apollo 13, Easy A, Cafeteria Man, The Concert, Devil, Leaves of Grass, The Town
Cairo Time, Fantastic Voyage, and Resident Evil: 3D
Witty French comedy Micmacs pits weapons dealers against a wily band of outsiders
Cinema Paradiso, (500) Days of Summer, The Last Exocism, Mao's Last Dancer, Takers
Keeping Tabs On The City Council's Activities So You Don't Have To
Meet fellow Baltimore-area college students and recent grads
A simple kidnapping plan turns into something else in this elemental thriller