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Updated: February 13, 2011 3:55:43 PM PST
'Waiting For Superman' raises questions about schools
You know the expression about not shooting the messenger? When "Waiting for 'Superman"' - a documentary critique of this country's public education system - was released last fall it was attacked as much as it was praised.
Romantic comedy with a British accent
Vampire flick 'Let Me In' smartly captures attention
'Secretariat' exciting, but not quite on track
Heroic marshal tangles with old enemies in 'Justified'
'Social Network' clever, exciting
New films on DVD this week
DVD Releases: Emma Stone's performance gets an 'A'
'Inception' keeps you guessing
Julia Roberts learns life lessons in 'Eat Pray Love'
'Disney's Christmas Carol' retains the traditional spirit of Dickens
'Scott Pilgrim' scores with fun video game fantasies
'Toy Story 3' revisits old friends
'Girl' star blazes through Swedish thriller
'Please Give' takes a look at generations
'How to Train Your Dragon' big on charm, family appeal
In 'Splice,' scientists confront horror of their own creation
'Iron Man 2' action continues as Shandling plays politics
'Robin Hood' a satisfying twist on legend
'Letters to Juliet' delivers on romance and charm
DVD: The art of the Michael Douglas deal in 'Solitary Man'
'Sons of Anarchy': What the mob would be like if it rode motorcycles
TV box sets flooding stores with fall season coming up
'Dexter' a thrilling cat-and-mouse game
Fey, Carell ensure 'Date Night' doesn't disappoint
Polanski infuses 'Ghost Writer' with stylish, menacing spirit
'Clash of the Titans' remake definitely not memorable
Predictability abounds in 'The Losers'
'Chloe' filled with questions of desire
'Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' provides plenty of intrigue
Greek gods come to life in 'Percy Jackson'
Gritty, surreal life in Baghdad's 'Green Zone'
Washington a hero of few words in 'Book of Eli'
Scorcese's 'Shutter Island' delivers in its creepiness
'Alice' an enigmatic wonderland
HBO's 'True Blood' up to its neck in grisly but clever storytelling
Eastwood scores with 'Invictus'
'Legion' an apocalyptic desert cliche
'Nine' shines, but doesn't satisfy
DVD: Meryl Streep's 'It's Complicated' ... not so much
DVD: 'The Lovely Bones'
DVD: 'Pirate Radio' tunes in to Britain's freewheeling '60s
Cage rattled in 'Bad Lieutenant'
Sherlock Holmes as action hero
Anderson's 'Mr. Fox' sly, zany; 'Blind Side' pulls heartstrings
'New Moon' could use more bite; 'Princess and Frog' a lively treat
Strong emotions mark 'Precious,' 'Up in the Air'
Spike Jonze's 'Wild Things' true to beloved book
Damon's 'Informant!' odd but brilliant
'35 Years' set contains most Eastwood films, intimate documentary
Coens' biographic film, seriously good
King of Pop lives on in 'This Is It'
`Hurt Locker,' 'In the Loop' shine
'Glee' will make you feel it
'Glee' will make you feel it
Refreshing as a 'Summer' day
Latest 'Potter' offers peek at 7th film
Ambitious 'Funny People' doesn't stand up
Plenty of 'Star Trek' extras to satisfy fans
'Up' soars high
DVD reviews: 'Transformers' dumb but stylish and fun
DVD: 'Proposal' succeeds with Bullock's charm
'Dexter' learns to channel his killing instincts
DVD reviews: 'Knowing,' 'Push'
'Two Lovers' is Joaquin Phoenix's swan song
DVD reviews: 'Waltz With Bashir,' 'My Dinner With Andre,' 'Inkheart,' 'Confessions of a Shopaholic
DVD: 'New in Town,' 'The Closer,' and more new releases
DVD reviews: 'Slumdog Millionaire,' 'Tell No One,' 'Marley and Me,' and more
Revenge, not solace for James Bond
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