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Lourdes — Film Review

Filmed in an austere, near-documentary style, "Lourdes" takes viewers deep inside one of the world's most popular religious shrines.

District 13: Ultimatum — Film Review

Hard-hitting action marks "District 13: Ultimatum," a satisfying sequel to "District B13."

The Spy Next Door — Film Review

Jackie Chan tries to broaden his audience with the kid-oriented "The Spy Next Door," appealing directly to the "Kung Fu Panda" crowd with mixed results.

Oh My God? — Film Review

Peter Rodger displays no qualms about tackling a subject that has perplexed the world's greatest thinkers. Regrettably, his film adds nothing but glitz and noise to our understanding of religion.

Ong Bak 2 — Film Review

A hit throughout Southeast Asia when it was released last year, "Ong Bak 2" is a throwback to the kung fu flicks of a previous generation. First-rate action scenes alternate with florid melodrama, and jaw-dropping stunts try to compensate for saccharine plot twists.

Ong Bak 2 — Film Review

"Ong Bak 2" is a throwback to the kung fu flicks of a previous generation. First-rate action scenes alternate with florid melodrama, and jaw-dropping stunts try to compensate for saccharine plot twists.

An American Journey — Film Review

In "An American Journey," French photographer and filmmaker Philippe Seclier sets out to document the conditions and characters that led to the creation of Robert Frank's 1959 art book "The Americans."

The Vanished Empire — Film Review

A coming-of-age drama set during the waning days of Soviet rule, "The Vanished Empire" flirts with big themes but settles for lukewarm dramatics.

Blast! — Film Review

Documentary filmmaker Paul Devlin follows his astrophysicist brother Mark to Sweden, Canada and Antarctica in "Blast!", a puffed-up feature that has the look and feel of a high-tech funding proposal.

Kassim the Dream — Film Review

Full of obvious good intentions, "Kassim the Dream" tells the story of Kassim Ouma's journey from Ugandan child soldier to boxing champion. A natural for fight fans, the film suffers from a rambling narrative that leaves too many loose ends.

Burma VJ: Reporting from a Closed Country — Film Review

Assembled from footage shot surreptitiously on handycams, "Burma VJ: Reporting from a Closed Country" provides a frightening glimpse into a repressive regime.

Big Man Japan — Film Review

Your affection for old-fashioned monster movies will help determine your tolerance for "Big Man Japan," the feature debut of writer, director and star Hitoshi Matsumoto.