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Like its predecessor "Bring It On", this sweet and snappy female-driven flick is smarter than it has any right to be.
The true story of "The Possession" is compelling and frightening, but the movie is more silly than scary.
"Sparkle" manages to be both overly flashy and exceedingly dull, with too much Jordin Sparks and too little Whitney Houston.
Robert Pattinson deserves points for trying, but his wannabe "Dangerous Liaisons" is woefully predictable.
As she did with "Kissing Jessica Stein," Jennifer Westfeldt executes an appealing concept in a less-than-stellar way.
Christopher Lloyd is joined by Bob Bloom, Richard Propes and Ed Johnson-Ott to discuss stars and filmmakers who made the transition from television to film
Six young dancers put it all on the line at a high-stakes ballet competition in Bess Kargman's fast-paced and stirring documentary.
The self-help book gets turned into a mushy romantic comedy about a bunch of pregnant couples, only one of which is worth hanging out with.
A waste of a funny and talented cast, "What to Expect" utilizes every stereotype imaginable — and throws in a few more.
Lifetime takes a fascinating true crime story and turns it into, well, a Lifetime movie.
Sustained tension, vivid cinematography and mostly spectacular casting make this adaptation of the bestselling young adult novel a winning fighter.