It took almost two decades for director Philip Gröning to get permission to film France's Carthusian monks, but the resulting documentary, Into Great Silence, is a powerful spiritual experience.
An Interpol agent and a DA try to bring down a corrupt financial institution in this schizophrenic failure that wants to be both a suspense thriller and action film—and fails at both.
The Hurt Locker
In the best (and most torturously tense) Iraq war movie yet made, we are given front-row seats for all the heroism and hell that is modern warfare.
An inquisitive girl unlocks a mysterious door and discovers a parallel reality to her own—only seemingly better. But is it too perfect to be true?
The Merry Gentleman
A contract killer and an abused housewife strike up an unlikely friendship in a story of guilt, grace and everything that falls in between.
The Blind Side
Based on a true story, this is a surprisingly moving and inspirational tale of Christian compassion, self-discovery, and hope.
Rod Lurie, director of Resurrecting the Champ, is a West Point grad who emphasizes ethics—especially honesty and integrity—in his movies.
All God's Children
'All God's Children' recalls the travails of a West Africa boarding school.
Race to Witch Mountain
A pair of alien children hook up with a cab driver to save the planet in this incompetently made film that insults kids' intelligence—and the adults who brought them.