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Harry and his posse return for the first half of the final showdown with the wicked Voldemort. Nothing we could possibly say will sway/inform your opinion, you're stoked or you're not.
The Boy Wizard returns, Russell Crowe shoulda let Elizabeth Banks rot in jail, the Bits send over a thriller and a comedy, one of France's great directors teams up with one of the country's great actresses, and a couple films branch out. Let's take a look...
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1"
The first chapter of the final chapter of the definitive adventure of our time is here and it does not disappoint, as Team Potter has crafted an exciting visual spectacle that anyone can enjoy. In theaters everywhere, read our full review an swatch the trailer
"The Next Three Days"
The pedigree-to-garbage ratio of “The Next 3 Days” is sky-high, as writer-director Paul Haggis offers us a host of unlikable people of questionable morality in an effort to say nothing sensible. In theaters everywhere, read our full review an swatch the trailer
Jim Sturgess stars in this psychological thriller as Jamie Morgan, a young photographer with heart-shaped birthmark on his face, who encounters nefarious forces terrorizing East London. In limited release, watch the trailer
"Made in Dagenham"
Sally Hawkins, Bob Hoskins, Miranda Richardson and Rosamund Pike star in this comedy about a real-life group of women in 1960s Britain who take on their bosses and their government to demand equal rights in the workplace. In limited release, watch the trailer
France's Claire Denis directs Isabelle Huppert in this film about a woman trying to run a coffee plantation in an Africa nation where simmering with black resentment towards white colonialists. In limited release, read our review and watch the trailer
A documentary, based on the book of the same name by Bjorn Lomborg, that looks at the controversial writer's claims that many of our fears about--and fixes for--the environment are wildly misguided. Expanding into new markets, watch the trailer
Naomi Watts is Valerie Plame and Sean Penn is Joe Wilson in director Doug Liman's dramatization of the couple's notorious battle with the Bush Administration, one that ultimately led to her cover as a 20-year veteran of the CIA being blown. Expanding into new markets, read our review and watch the trailer