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Mosab Hassan Yousef stars in 'The Green Prince'

The Green Prince

By Louise Adams | Sep 19
The code name for Mosab Hassan Yousef, the son of high-ranking Hamas leader Sheikh Hassan Yousef, who spied for Israel's internal security agency Shin Bet for over a decade, is also the name of Nadav Schirman's vivid, intriguing documentary.

Liam Neeson stars in 'A Walk Among the Tombstones'

A Walk Among the Tombstones

By Jake Mulligan | Sep 19
This movie uses its Neeson, but it doesn't earn it.

Kaya Scodelario and Dylan O'Brien star in 'The Maze Runner'

The Maze Runner

By Kevin Taft | Sep 19
The latest YA adaptation is a paint-by-numbers dystopian thriller whose saving grace is the magnetic male lead character played by "Teen Wolf's" Dylan O'Brien.

Mia Wasikowska and Adam Driver star in 'Tracks'


By Kevin Taft | Sep 19
The true story of an Australian woman who trekked 1,700 miles across the desert would seem a fascinating story, but the lack of drama makes it a tepid journey.

Justin Long stars in 'Tusk'


By Robert Nesti | Sep 19
"Tusk" is a genuinely odd horror-comedy from Kevin Smith in which a man is kidnapped and turned into a walrus.

Tina Fey and Jason Bateman star in 'This Is Where I Leave You'

This Is Where I Leave You

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 19
This movie runs you down, pummels you with a parade of absurdities and grotesqueries, and then flees town. In a month, no one will remember it, which is probably a good thing for the careers of all concerned.

A scene from 'Flamenco, Flamenco'

Flamenco, Flamenco

By Lewis Whittington | Sep 19
Premier Spanish filmmaker Carlos Sauras' dance film for die-hard flamenco fans, but with a different approach that is more accessible to all audiences.

A scene from 'Pride'


By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 19
If you love excellent Brit comedies, then you will love this movie. It's currently a smash hit in the UK, and looks likely to repeat that success in the U.S.

Harry Treadaway and Rose Leslie in 'Honeymoon'


By Charlie Nash | Sep 16
Leigh Janiak's "Honeymoon" is a terrifying and stunningly assured feature-film debut.

A scene from 'May in the Summer'

May in the Summer

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 12
The movie starts out with an energy of a fast paced multi-cultural family melodrama, but as soon as May's enthusiasm for her forthcoming nuptials wan, so does ours too in the aimless plot that follows.