Hellboy, Evil, and the Cross
The Hellboy sequel opening soon is just the latest in a long line of films about battling supernatural baddies—with the Cross often wielded as a weapon of goodness.
My Life in Ruins
Even the star of My Big Fat Greek Wedding can't save this mess of a comedy. More like a Greek tragedy, it seems.
The Twilight Saga: New Moon
Hunky werewolves and sparkly vampires! It's dog-eat-dog and more as all fangs are bared over Bella—but some want to eat her, others just want her.
Disneynature's latest big-screen documentary takes you up close and personal with astounding creatures you've never seen before, as well as some old friends worth revisiting.
A sober, realistic treatment of exorcism, and a thoughtful depiction of doubt and faith.
Another Disney family action-comedy with computer-animated animal agents—but G-Force is no Bolt.
Denzel Washington and Chris Pine catch a train.
For Greater Glory
Film highlights Mexico's battle for religious freedom in the early 1900s.
Smart, old-school sci-fi in the tradition of 2001: A Space Odyssey featuring a terrific turn by Sam Rockwell and solid direction from rookie Duncan Jones. (And yes, he's David Bowie's son.)
Christopher Nolan's highly anticipated sci-fi action thriller is a brilliant and brainy masterpiece that demands to be seen again ... and again.
In brightest day, in blackest night: Green Lantern comes to theaters.
A dumbed-down, sexed-up remake, shying away from critiquing the church but also from its Christian worldview.
Clint Eastwood directs Leonardo DiCaprio in a muddled biopic about the controversial FBI honcho.