"Alice in Wonderland"
Tim Burton's 3D journey down the rabbit hole dominated at the box office, but it's mostly style over substance. Grade: B
"The Bounty Hunter"
Gerard Butler's a bounty hunter whose target is his ex-wife (Jennifer Aniston). Next thing they know, they're teaming up as they run for their lives.
Pedro Almodovar's stab at Hitchcockian noir doesn't measure up to the Master of Suspense's work, but Almodovar aficionados will love it. Grade: C
Director Antoine Fuqua's gritty, ultra-violent crime drama is overall 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.
"Diary of a Wimpy Kid"
Jeff Kinney's popular illustrated novel about a sarcastic middle-schooler is brought to life on the big screen.
"The Evil Dead"
Sam Raimi + Bruce Campbell + zombies + incredibly graphic violence = cult classic horror flick. A new 35-mm print screens Friday at Gateway's Late Night Movies series.
Roman Polanski's political thriller is a well-acted and expertly executed thriller for grown-ups from someone who knows how to pull that off. Grade: A-
Director Paul Greengrass reunites with his "Bourne Supremacy" star Matt Damon as a rogue U.S. Army officer hunting for weapons of mass destruction.
"Our Family Wedding"
Forest Whitaker and Carlos Mencia feud in the weeks leading up to the wedding of their respective children.
Great chemistry between leads Robert Pattinson and Emilie de Ravin helps to overcome the hackneyed plot, but not the excessive melodrama. Grade: B-
In the not-too-distant future, humans can live longer thanks to expensive mechanical organs - only if you don't make your payments, the Repo Men will come after your heart.
"She's Out of My League"
It's a raunchy romantic comedy in the vein of Judd Apatow starring an Apatow alum, but it's a pale imitation that's good for only a few laughs. Grade: C-
The Scorsese/DiCaprio reunion is a pulpy, scary labyrinth. It'll turn off those who don't like a challenge and those who expect high art from Scorsese. Grade: B+
"The White Ribbon"
Michael Haneke is a master at making audiences squirm with films that aren't so much terrifying as they are relentlessly unsettling. His strange and starkly beautiful black-and-white import, opening Friday at the Drexel, will stick with you. Grade: A-
Benicio Del Toro stars in a remake of the classic horror film, about a man cursed by a werewolf bite.