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Get Smart, When Did You Last See Your Father?

 Tuya's Marriage

From the vast steppes of Inner Mongolia comes this story about a sheepherder who, in order to support her two kids and disabled husband, agrees to look for a new husband. >More
 Flight of the Red Balloon, The Incredible Hulk

 Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Standard Operating Procedure

 The Happening, You Don't Mess With the Zohan

The Happening: M. Night Shyamalan's story of an airborne toxin that's causing people to spontaneously kill themselves is like a B-movie without the trash element, the sense of fun. And Mark Wahlberg, as a regular-guy science teacher who slowly - very slowly - figures out what's going on, doesn't help things, mostly because he's been given absolutely nothing to play. >More
 Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Iron Man

 Sex and the City

Sex and the City: The ab-fab four return to the streets of Manhattan, and if the movie version doesn't quite plumb the depths that the television series often did, it's nevertheless great to have our girls back. >More
 The Love Guru, Young@Heart

The Love Guru: There are some funny ideas at play in this Bollywood-style comedy, in which Mike Myers plays a guru-to-the-stars whose main goal in life is to become bigger than Deepak Chopra. But it's hard to get a bead on the character, and the movie never gets any traction. >More
 Baby Mama, The Fall

Baby Mama: Tina Fey stars as a single career woman who hires a surrogate (Amy Poehler) to have her baby. Surrogacy is a provocative topic, and you can imagine Fey leaving her teeth marks all over it, but writer-director Michael McCullers prefers to gum it to death. >More

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