This tribute to blacklisted screenwriter Dalton Trumbo (Roman Holiday, Johnny Got His Gun), written by his playwright son, Christopher, features readings by Joan Allen, Kirk and Michael Douglas, and Paul Giamatti.
Gonzo: The Life & Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson
With the help of Johnny Depp, illustrator Ralph Steadman, and a treasure trove of 1960s and '70s archival footage, filmmaker Alex Gibney (Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room, Taxi to the Dark Side) tracks the life of the mad-genius journalist.
Lou Reed's Berlin
In a concert film directed by Julian Schnabel (The Diving Bell and the Butterfly), Lou Reed performs, for the first time ever, his magnificent 1973 song-cycle, "Berlin."
In this Sundance hit, filmmaker Nanette Burstein (The Kid Stays in the Picture) tracks a year in the life of four Indiana teens.
Man on Wire
Filmmaker James Marsh explores the ultimate high wire act: tightrope walker Philippe Petit's 1974 illegal stroll between the Twin Towers.
TAKE THE KIDS: The summer in family fare
Kung Fu Panda
The new computer toon from Pixar director Andrew Stanton (Finding Nemo) takes place 700 years in the future when a lonely Earth robot called WALL-E and a sleek bot from space named EVE team up for adventure.
Kit Kittredge: An American Girl
Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D
Brendan Fraser digs deep.
Animated monkeys blast into space to head off approaching aliens.
Fly Me to the Moon
Animated 3-D astronaut flies (very cute flies) go to the moon.
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2
A LAUGH RIOT: The summer in comedy, romantic and otherwise
Sex and the City: The Movie
Josh Peck as a teenage pot dealer in 1994 New York. His best client? His shrink, played by Ben Kingsley (who's everywhere this summer).
The Foot Fist Way
You Don't Mess with the Zohan
The Love Guru
Mike Myers dons a Mahatma beard and golden swami robes to play an American raised in India who dreams of becoming a Brooklyn hairstylist (or America's go-to self-help guru). With Jessica Alba and Justin Timberlake.
Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly reunite as newly related men who discover that two fools are better than one.
Dave (Eddie Murphy) is an alien, new to Earth. Dave tries to adjust to Manhattan life, all the while being supervised by a command post of tiny (alien) people in his head (whom we see).
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