"Alice in Wonderland"
Those looking for substance over style will be disappointed. Tim Burton's take encompasses the best aspects of "Alice" but fails to be innovative. Grade: B
In his Golden Globe-winning new film, writer-director James Cameron once again combines brilliant imagery and grade-school-level storytelling. Grade: B-
Director Antoine Fuqua's gritty, ultra-violent crime drama is predictable, with heavy-handed themes about choices and consequences. Grade: C+
Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan are NYPD partners on the trail of a stolen baseball card. Kevin Smith directs. What else do you need to know?
The remake of George Romero's horror classic centers on a Midwestern town where a mysterious toxin transforms residents into mindless killers.
Director Paul Greengrass reunites with his "Bourne Supremacy" star Matt Damon as a rogue U.S. Army officer hunting for weapons of mass destruction.
The latest in the Gateway's Nightmares on High Street series is the 1993 film in which a young Jennifer Aniston accidentally sets free an evil leprechaun.
"Monty Python's Life of Brian"
The hilarious tale of reluctant Messiah Brian, born in the stable next to You Know Who, kicks off a month devoted to Python flicks at Studio 35.
"Night and Day"
Korean director Hong Sang-soo offers another of his truthful and humorous takes on male-female relationships, this one about a South Korean painter who flees to Paris.
"Our Family Wedding"
Forest Whitaker and Carlos Mencia feud in the weeks leading up to the wedding of their respective children.
"The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsbergandthe Pentagon Papers"
The Oscar-nominated doc, about a Pentagon insider who leaked top-secret info, screens this weekend as part of the Wex at Gateway series.
The Scorsese/DiCaprio reunion is a pulpy, scary labyrinth, but it'll turn off those who expect high art from Scorsese. Grade: B+
Benicio Del Toro stars in a remake of the classic horror film, about a man cursed by a werewolf bite.