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The King's Speech Nominated For/Won Awards 2010  4.3 ★ 119 mins Dramas Rated: R RT:95%
Britain's King George VI struggles with an embarrassing stutter for years until he seeks help from unorthodox Australian speech therapist Lionel Logue in this biographical drama that chalked up multiple Academy Awards, including Best Picture.

Crazy Heart Nominated For/Won Awards 2009  3.6 ★ 111 mins Dramas Rated: R RT:91%
When reporter Jean Craddock (Oscar nominee Maggie Gyllenhaal) interviews Bad Blake (Oscar winner Jeff Bridges) -- an alcoholic, seen-better-days country music legend -- they connect, and the hard-living crooner sees a possible saving grace in a life with Jean and her young son. But can he leave behind an existence playing in the shadow of Tommy (Colin Farrell), the upstart kid he once mentored? Robert Duvall produces and co-stars.

Inside Job Nominated For/Won Awards 2010  4.0 ★ 108 mins Documentaries Rated: PG-13 RT:97%
From filmmaker Charles Ferguson comes this sobering, Oscar-winning documentary that presents in comprehensive yet cogent detail the pervasive and deep-rooted corruption that led to the global economic meltdown of 2008. Through unflinching interviews with key financial insiders, politicos, journalists and academics, Ferguson paints a galling portrait of an unfettered financial system run amok -- without accountability. Actor Matt Damon narrates.

Black Swan Nominated For/Won Awards 2010  3.6 ★ 108 mins Thrillers Rated: R RT:87%
In director Darren Aronofsky's psychological thriller, ambitious New York City ballet dancer Nina Sayers (Natalie Portman) lands the lead in "Swan Lake" but soon thinks her dreams of stardom are threatened by a rival ballerina (Mila Kunis). As opening night nears and the pressure to be perfect builds, Nina's obsession descends into paranoia and delusion. Portman won an Academy Award for the film, which also nabbed an Oscar nod for Best Picture.

The Descendants Nominated For/Won Awards 2011  3.7 ★ 115 mins Dramas Rated: R RT:90%
When a tragic boating accident leaves his wife on life support, an affluent land baron attempts to mend his relationship with his estranged daughters. But he's also trying to decide whether to let go of some valuable family real estate.

The Adjustment Bureau  2011  3.7 ★ 106 mins Romantic Movies Rated: PG-13 RT:72%
A congressman (Matt Damon) who's a rising star on the political scene finds himself entranced by a beautiful ballerina (Emily Blunt), but mysterious circumstances ensure that their love affair is predestined to be a non-starter. Screenwriter George Nolfi (The Bourne Ultimatum) makes his directorial debut with this romantic adaptation of Philip K. Dick's classic sci-fi short story "Adjustment Team."

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows  2011  3.9 ★ 128 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13 RT:60%
Robert Downey Jr. returns as the brilliant sleuth and Jude Law is back as Dr. Watson in this atmospheric sequel to 2009's Sherlock Holmes. Holmes resorts to occult theories and more to defeat the plans of his nemesis, the evil Professor Moriarty.

The Informant!  2009  2.9 ★ 108 mins Thrillers Rated: R RT:78%
While gathering evidence against his institutional employer to help the FBI build a price-fixing conspiracy case, affable agribusiness executive Mark Whitacre (Matt Damon) begins to piece together a fantasy world of his own. Scott Bakula, Joel McHale and Melanie Lynskey co-star in Steven Soderbergh's dark comedy, which is based on Kurt Eichenwald's acclaimed nonfiction book about the true-life Corporate America whistle-blower.

Hereafter Nominated For/Won Awards 2010  3.1 ★ 129 mins Dramas Rated: PG-13 RT:46%
Clint Eastwood directs this supernatural thriller about three very different people and their responses to death, including a hesitant American psychic named George (Matt Damon) who may be able to help the others find answers and peace. Marie (Cécile De France) is a French journalist caught up in the aftereffects of the devastating 2004 tsunami, while in London, young Marcus (Frankie and George McLaren) seeks to contact his deceased twin ...

127 Hours Nominated For/Won Awards 2010  3.7 ★ 94 mins Dramas Rated: R RT:93%
From director Danny Boyle comes this harrowing tale of real-life mountain climber Aron Ralston (James Franco), who literally cuts himself loose from danger -- and lives to tell about it when sliding rock pins his forearm under a boulder during a climb in Utah. To stay alive, Ralston resorts to his basest survival instincts. The film scored Academy Award nominations in the Best Picture and Best Actor (Franco) categories.

Red Nominated For/Won Awards 2010  3.9 ★ 111 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13 RT:71%
After trading in his professional past as a black-ops CIA operative for a new identity, Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) is basking in normality. But he's forced to return to old habits when an assassin puts a target on his back and goes after the woman (Mary-Louise Parker) he loves. Helen Mirren and John Malkovich co-star as former members of Frank's team who reluctantly reassemble to save his life in this Golden Globe-nominated action-comedy.

Cowboys & Aliens  2011  3.4 ★ 119 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13 RT:44%
Scott Mitchell Rosenberg's graphic novel series leaps to the screen as amnesiac gunslinger Jake Lonergan stumbles into the Wild West town of Absolution, where he's confronted by potent enemy Col. Dolarhyde and a terrifying problem: invading aliens.

True Grit Nominated For/Won Awards 2010  3.9 ★ 110 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13 RT:96%  until 01-Jan-2025 
After drifter Tom Chaney (Josh Brolin) murders her father, 14-year-old Mattie Ross (Hailee Steinfeld) hires alcoholic U.S. Marshal Reuben "Rooster" Cogburn (Jeff Bridges) to help her exact revenge. The disreputable lawman still has grit, though, and mounts an epic search. Joining the duo on their quest is a Texas Ranger (Matt Damon) who's also hunting for Chaney in this updated Western that received multiple Oscar nods, including Best Picture.

Up in the Air Nominated For/Won Awards 2009  3.6 ★ 109 mins Comedies Rated: R RT:91%
Ryan Bingham (George Clooney) racks up miles flying around the country firing employees on behalf of companies. But he faces losing the job he savors to recent college grad Natalie Keener (Anna Kendrick) -- and losing the ability to escape emotional ties to anything. A connection he builds with Alex Goran (Vera Farmiga), however, might change his outlook on the future. Golden Globe winner Jason Reitman's smart comedy also stars Jason Bateman.

The Tourist Nominated For/Won Awards 2010  3.4 ★ 103 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13 RT:20%
Watery Venice, Italy, provides the setting as Johnny Depp, playing an American tourist seeking solace for his shattered heart, instead finds it in danger again after encountering a beautiful Interpol agent (Angelina Jolie). Little does the Yank know that the artful lady has gone to great lengths to arrange their "chance" meeting and is using him to trap a thief who happens to be her ex-lover. The film earned Golden Globe nods for Depp and Jolie.

Invictus Nominated For/Won Awards 2009  3.7 ★ 133 mins Dramas Rated: PG-13 RT:75%
In this drama based on real-life events, director Clint Eastwood tells the story of what happened after the end of apartheid when newly elected president Nelson Mandela used the 1995 World Cup rugby matches to unite his people in South Africa. Based on John Carlin's book, the film stars Morgan Freeman as Mandela and Matt Damon (both Oscar nominated) as Francois Pienaar, the captain of the scrappy South African team that makes a run for the cha...

The Town Nominated For/Won Awards 2010  3.9 ★ 125 mins Thrillers Rated: R RT:94%
Career bank robber Doug (Ben Affleck) and his volatile partner, Jim (Jeremy Renner), hit a roadblock when Doug falls for bank manager Claire (Rebecca Hall), whom he kidnapped during their last heist. Worse, an FBI agent (Jon Hamm) is now trailing the thieves around their Charlestown, Mass., territory. Affleck directs and co-writes this smart, intricate actioner that co-stars Blake Lively as Krista, Jim's sister and Doug's troubled former flame.

Green Lantern  2011  3.5 ★ 114 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13 RT:27%
Hal Jordan (Ryan Reynolds), a brash, talented test pilot, is chosen by an alien force of warriors to become their representative on Earth and use his new powers as the Green Lantern to promote order and justice before conflict destroys his world. Despite being the first human to wear the ring that bestows his abilities, Hal must combat villain Parallax. Fellow pilot Carol Ferris (Blake Lively) aids Hal in his quest to save the galaxy.

Frost/Nixon Nominated For/Won Awards 2008  3.7 ★ 123 mins Dramas Rated: R RT:92%
Ron Howard directs this Oscar-nominated adaptation of Peter Morgan's popular Broadway play, a drama centering on a series of revelatory television interviews between British talk show host David Frost and former President Richard Nixon. Frank Langella reprises his Tony Award-winning stage role as Nixon with a stellar cast that includes Michael Sheen, Toby Jones, Sam Rockwell, Kevin Bacon and Oliver Platt.

Blue Valentine Nominated For/Won Awards 2010  3.2 ★ 112 mins Dramas Rated: R RT:88%
Once crazy about each other, Cindy and Dean have now grown apart. Cindy is disenchanted while Dean languishes in the emotional emptyness of their life in rural Pennsylvania. As they muddle through their marriage, they hearken back to the golden days.

Milk Nominated For/Won Awards 2008  3.9 ★ 129 mins Dramas Rated: R RT:94%
Sean Penn (in an Oscar-winning role) stars in this fact-based drama about Harvey Milk, the openly gay activist and San Francisco politician who was murdered along with Mayor George Moscone (Victor Garber) by disgruntled city supervisor Dan White (Josh Brolin) in 1978. Emile Hirsch, James Franco and Diego Luna co-star in director Gus Van Sant's compelling biopic, which also earned Oscar nods for Best Picture and Best Supporting Actor (Brolin).

The Switch Nominated For/Won Awards 2010  3.5 ★ 101 mins Comedies Rated: PG-13 RT:51%
Still single and worried about her biological clock, Kassie decides to pursue motherhood with the help of an anonymous sperm donor. But it turns out that the donor isn't quite as anonymous as she thinks.

The American  2010  2.7 ★ 105 mins Thrillers Rated: R RT:66%
On the heels of a rough assignment, assassin Jack (George Clooney) declares that his next job will be his last. Dispatched to a small Italian town to await further orders, Jack embarks on a double life that may be more relaxing than is good for him. Although duty will surely call, Jack becomes friends with Father Benedetto (Paolo Bonacelli) and falls for villager Clara (Violante Placido) in this suspense thriller directed by Anton Corbijn.

The Social Network Nominated For/Won Awards 2010  3.9 ★ 120 mins Dramas Rated: PG-13 RT:96%
Director David Fincher's biographical drama chronicles the meteoric rise of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) from Harvard sophomore to Internet superstar, examining his relationships with co-founder Eduardo Saverin (Andrew Garfield) and Napster founder Sean Parker (Justin Timberlake). Winning Golden Globes for Best Picture and Best Director, the film also racked up Oscar nods in the same categories and for lead actor Eisenberg.

The Artist Nominated For/Won Awards 2011  3.7 ★ 100 mins Dramas Rated: PG-13 RT:97%
This modern-day silent film artfully recounts the poignant end of the silent-movie era in the late 1920s. The story contrasts the declining fortunes of a silent-screen superstar with his lover's rise to popularity as a darling of the "talkies."

Unknown  2011  3.7 ★ 113 mins Thrillers Rated: PG-13 RT:55%
Liam Neeson stars in this taut thriller as a man who regains consciousness after an auto accident only to discover that another man is impersonating him, and that no one -- not even his wife (January Jones) -- recognizes his identity as the real Dr. Martin Harris. Finding himself with an unexpected ally (Diane Kruger), Harris struggles to solve the mystery and hang onto his own wits, while also being stalked by anonymous killers.

State of Play  2009  3.6 ★ 128 mins Thrillers Rated: PG-13 RT:84%
When his mistress is found dead, Congressman Stephen Collins (Ben Affleck) tries desperately to protect his name and career. As journalists Cal (Russell Crowe) and Della (Rachel McAdams) investigate further, they uncover an intricate web of lies that stretches to the highest levels of power. Based on the critically acclaimed BBC miniseries, this intriguing political thriller co-stars Helen Mirren, Robin Wright Penn and Jason Bateman.

Sherlock Holmes Nominated For/Won Awards 2009  3.8 ★ 128 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13 RT:70%
Robert Downey Jr., in a Golden Globe-winning role, stars as the legendary London sleuth Sherlock Holmes, joined by Jude Law as Dr. Watson, in this Guy Ritchie-helmed reinvention of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's detective series. Based on a comic book by producer Lionel Wigram, the story follows Holmes and Watson as they face off against the villainous Blackwood (Mark Strong). Rachel McAdams co-stars as sharp beauty Irene Adler.

Hanna  2011  3.5 ★ 111 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13 RT:71%
Hanna (Saoirse Ronan) is a teenager raised and trained by her father (Eric Bana), an ex-CIA operative, to become a highly skilled assassin. But when she's sent on a deadly mission across Europe, Hanna takes to an English family and starts longing for a normal life. She must first solve the puzzle of her mysterious past, however. Joe Wright (Atonement) directs this tense actioneer; Cate Blanchett also stars.

The Hangover: Part II  2011  3.5 ★ 102 mins Comedies Rated: R
In this booze- and laugh-soaked sequel to The Hangover, the buddies from the earlier film's bachelor party reunite for a wedding trip to Thailand where one of them, Stu Price (Ed Helms), is planning to tie the knot. Stu is determined that his own pre-wedding party should be a restrained and dignified affair, but between the habits of his friends and the multiple distractions of Bangkok, fate has other plans in store for him. Todd Phillips dire...

Love and Other Drugs Nominated For/Won Awards 2010  3.5 ★ 112 mins Comedies Rated: R RT:48%
Pharmaceutical representative Jamie Randall (Jake Gyllenhaal) becomes a player in the big game of male-performance-enhancement-drug sales and, along the way, finds unexpected romance with a woman (Anne Hathaway) suffering from Parkinson's disease. Based on the real-life Jamie Reidy's memoir, &NFi;Hard Sell: The Evolution of a Viagra Salesman&NFi_;, this satirical look inside the culture of Big Pharm is directed by Edward Zwick.

The Hurt Locker  2008  3.9 ★ 130 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R RT:97%
Kathryn Bigelow directs this gripping drama (winner of the Best Picture Oscar) following one of the U.S. Army's elite EOD (explosive ordnance disposal) teams operating in the ferocious war zone of Iraq. As the squad identifies and dismantles improvised explosive devices and other bombs, they must also contend with the frayed nerves and internal conflicts that arise from living in constant peril. Jeremy Renner, Anthony Mackie, Ralph Fiennes, Da...

Date Night  2010  3.6 ★ 102 mins Comedies Rated: PG-13 RT:67%
Who knew simple dinner reservations under a different name could turn one New Jersey couple's date night so terribly upside-down? Claire (Tina Fey) and Phil (Steve Carell) Foster leave their kids with the sitter (Leighton Meester) and head out for a night on the town -- as the Tripplehorns. Shawn Levy (Just Married, Night at the Museum) directs this action-comedy; Mark Wahlberg and James Franco co-star.

There Will Be Blood Nominated For/Won Awards 2007  3.6 ★ 158 mins Dramas Rated: R RT:91%
Ambitious prospector Daniel Plainview strikes it rich when he buys the oil rights to a California family's ranch and turns a simple village into a boomtown, stoking the ire of a charismatic young preacher in this compelling indie drama.

Changeling Nominated For/Won Awards 2008  3.7 ★ 142 mins Dramas Rated: R RT:62%  until 01-Jan-2025
Christine Collins is overjoyed when her kidnapped son is brought back home. But when Christine suspects that the boy returned to her isn't her child, she begins to challenge the authorities and the police captain has her committed to an asylum.

The Road  2009  3.3 ★ 111 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: R RT:75%
Set in a postapocalyptic future, this end-of-days tale follows two survivors -- a father and son -- who navigate an ash-covered wasteland in search of a better life, with only a sliver of hope that salvation awaits at the end of their journey.

The A-Team  2010  3.8 ★ 117 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13 RT:46%
This updated feature-film take on the hit 1980s television show follows a group of Iraq War veterans on the run from U.S. military forces while they try to clear their names after being framed for a crime they didn't commit. Along the way, Col. Hannibal Smith, Capt. H.M. "Howling Mad" Murdock , Sgt. Bosco "B.A." Baracus and Lt. Templeton "Faceman" Peck help out various people they encounter. Joe Carnahan directs this high-octane actioner.

50/50 Nominated For/Won Awards 2011  3.8 ★ 100 mins Comedies Rated: R RT:93%
An otherwise healthy twentysomething has a comically early midlife crisis when he gets slapped with a cancer diagnosis -- and a 50-50 chance of survival. But what's the meaning of life when you're not sure how long yours will last?

Body of Lies  2008  3.6 ★ 128 mins Thrillers Rated: R RT:53%
Newly stationed in Jordan, idealistic CIA agent Roger Ferris (Leonardo DiCaprio) teams up with veteran operative Ed Hoffman (Russell Crowe) and the head of Jordanian intelligence (Mark Strong) to infiltrate an underground network of terrorists and locate a criminal mastermind. Based on the best-selling novel by David Ignatius and directed by Ridley Scott, this suspenseful spy thriller features top-rate performances and explosive action sequences.

A Single Man Nominated For/Won Awards 2009  3.5 ★ 99 mins Dramas Rated: R RT:85%
Set in 1962 Los Angeles, this stream-of-consciousness drama centers on a day in the life of George Falconer, a gay college professor who -- reeling from the recent death of his longtime lover -- plans to commit suicide.

Super 8  2011  3.8 ★ 112 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13 RT:82%  until 01-Jan-2025 
With a nod toward producer Steven Spielberg's landmark sci-fi films of the 1970s and '80s, writer-director J.J. Abrams crafts a supernatural tale about six kids who witness something incredible while shooting a movie with their Super 8 camera.

Into the Wild Nominated For/Won Awards 2007  3.7 ★ 148 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R RT:82%  until 01-Jan-2025 
A young man gives up everything -- including his trust fund and ties to a seemingly stable family -- to lead a solitary life in the wild. Eschewing convention to trek across Alaska's harsh and unforgiving terrain, he resolves to live off the land.

Public Enemies  2009  3.5 ★ 140 mins Dramas Rated: R RT:67%
In the shadow of the Great Depression, criminal minds are thriving -- notorious men such as John Dillinger, "Baby Face" Nelson and "Pretty Boy" Floyd -- and it's up to J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI to bring them down in this gritty crime drama.

Contagion  2011  3.4 ★ 106 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13 RT:84%
Steven Soderbergh steers big stars through this big-screen disaster-thriller about a global team of doctors tasked with tamping down a deadly outbreak of infectious disease before it annihilates mankind.

The Kids Are All Right Nominated For/Won Awards 2010  3.4 ★ 107 mins Comedies Rated: R RT:93%
Joni (Mia Wasikowska) and Laser (Josh Hutcherson), the children of same-sex parents Nic (Annette Bening) and Jules (Julianne Moore), become curious about the identity of their sperm-donor dad (Mark Ruffalo) and set out to make him part of their family unit, often with hilarious results. But his arrival complicates the household dynamics, and nobody is sure how he fits in -- if at all -- in this Oscar-nominated, Golden Globe-winning comedy.

The Wrestler Nominated For/Won Awards 2008  3.6 ★ 105 mins Dramas Rated: R RT:98%
Mickey Rourke (in a Golden Globe-winning, Oscar-nominated role) stars as retired professional wrestler Randy "The Ram" Robinson, who returns to the ring to work his way up the circuit for a final shot at defeating his longtime rival. Along the way, he tries to reconnect with his estranged daughter (Evan Rachel Wood) while exploring a relationship with an aging stripper named Cassidy (Marisa Tomei, who also earned Golden Globe and Oscar nods).

Source Code  2011  3.7 ★ 93 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13 RT:91%
Jake Gyllenhaal stars as a soldier recruited for a time-bending government investigation that places him in another man's mind and body to relive the same traumatic event repeatedly in an effort to identify the perpetrators of a terrorist bombing.

Gone Baby Gone Nominated For/Won Awards 2007  3.7 ★ 114 mins Thrillers Rated: R RT:94%  starting 01-Jan-2025
When a 4-year-old girl goes missing in a rough neighborhood, two private investigators reluctantly agree to take the case. But the investigation proves more complex than they could have imagined.

Hugo Nominated For/Won Awards 2011  3.7 ★ 127 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: PG RT:94%
When his father dies, 12-year-old orphan Hugo takes up residence behind the walls of a Parisian train station. There, he meets Isabelle, the daughter of filmmaker Georges Méliès, who holds the key to Hugo's destiny.

The Book of Eli  2010  3.8 ★ 118 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R RT:48%
Determined to salvage a sacred text in order to protect humanity, Eli (Denzel Washington) goes on a quest across the country in this action-packed sci-fi adventure. Meanwhile, a blind woman named Claudia (Jennifer Beals) tries to protect her daughter, Solara (Mila Kunis). It seems that tyrannical town bully Carnegie (Gary Oldman) has taken a shine to the girl. Directed by the Hughes brothers, the film co-stars Ray Stevenson.

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