(AP) -Bruce Willis, who hasn’t had anything approaching a hit in five years, returns to tried-and-true “Die Hard” mode as an ex-hostage negotiator forced to bargain and maneuver for his wife and daughter’s lives. But this is “Die Hard” with a bullhorn as French director Florent Siri, in his English-language debut, apparently assumes American audiences are hard of hearing and doubles the decibels.

One and a half stars out of four.
– David Germain, AP Movie Writer

LONE IN THE DARK 1 star. In this trigger-happy monster mash, Christian Slater and Tara Reid try to prevent the reopening of a portal to ancient evil. The hard-to-follow plot will leave ticketholders in the dark. R (violence; language; adult themes) – David Hiltbrand.

ANATOMY OF HELL 1 star. A two-character study of sexual degradation, humiliation and existential despair from French filmmaker Catherine Breillart. The mercifully short, brutally explicit pic stars Amira Casar as a nameless woman who hires a gloomy gay guy (porn star Rocco Siffredi) to “look” at her. Things get rough – especially for the filmgoer. No MPAA rating (explicit sexual acts, profanity, violence, adult themes) – Steven Rea.

APPLESEED 2 stars. Disappointing anime based on the manga by Masamune Shirow is set in a post-apocalyptic world where there”s a human plot to rid society of androids. R (violence) – Carrie Rickey.

ARE WE THERE YET? 2 stars. In this family-friendly comedy, onetime gangsta rapper Ice Cube completes the final stage of his transformation into Nice Cube. His charm is about the only thing that carries the movie, 96 manic minutes of two obnoxious children holding hostage their caretaker. PG (aggressive deer might frighten children under 6) – Carrie Rickey.

THE ASSASSINATION OF RICHARD NIXON 2 1/2 stars. Sean Penn stars as a Travis Bickle-meets-Willy Loman schmo – a failed Baltimore salesman who plots to kill the president. Based on real life figures and events, the film has a bleak, footnote-to-history feel, and a predictably intense performance from its leading man. R (language, violence, adult themes) – Steven Rea.

ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13 2 stars. Ethan Hawke, Gabriel Byrne, Laurence Fishburne, Drea De Matteo and Maria Bello add star luster to this moderately diverting remake of the “70s cult fave about cops and cons forced to join together when a stationhouse is surrounded. R (violence) – Steven Rea.

THE AVIATOR 3 stars. Martin Scorsese”s sleek epic biography of airman/businessman/madman Howard Hughes, by turns soaring and sluggish. Leonardo DiCaprio gets under the skin of the increasingly eccentric entrepreneur and Cate Blanchett has a terrific turn as Katharine Hepburn. PG-13 (sexual candor, profanity) – Carrie Rickey.

BAD EDUCATION 3 1/2 stars. In 1964, two 11-year-old choirboys fall in love and are separated by a priest who has sexual designs on one of them. In 1980, now grown into a filmmaker and a gay hustler, the men collaborate on the story of this primal experience. Pedro Almodovar”s masterful epic charts love”s labyrinths. NC-17 (nudity, sex, sexual abuse, profanity, drugs) – Carrie Rickey.

BEING JULIA 2 1/2 stars. Annette Bening bewitches in this diversion about a “30s theater queen who rules the West End stage as Victoria did her Empire. With Jeremy Irons and Bruce Greenwood. R (sexual situations, profanity) – Carrie Rickey.

BEYOND THE SEA 2 stars. Kevin Spacey stars in – and directed – this strenuously exuberant meta-biopic of “60s songman Bobby Darin. Replete with overblown production numbers and clunky dialogue, the film is notable for Spacey’s dead-on vocal impersonation of the late singer’s jaunty tunes. PG-13 (language, adult themes) – Steven Rea.

BIRTH 3 stars. Nicole Kidman stars in this compelling, if somewhat fuzzy, supernatural mystery about a widow who encounters a boy who claims to be her late husband, reincarnate. Kidman is a marvel, and a fine cast grace this sophomore effort from the director of “Sexy Beast.” R (profanity, sexual content, adult themes) – Steven Rea.

BLADE: TRINITY 2 stars. In the third film of the horror franchise, vampirehunter Wesley Snipes gets upstaged by a fanged Pomeranian and sitcom second banana Ryan Reynolds, turning this earnest affair into a campy comedy. With Parker Posey. R (strong violence, profanity, sexual candor) – Carrie Rickey.

THE BLIND SWORDSMAN: ZATOICHI 3 1/2 stars. Takeshi “Beat” Kitano’s boisterously entertaining action comedy stars the writer/director as the legendary 19th-century Japanese embodiment of blind justice. Boisterously entertaining. R (discreet, but bloody, violence) – Carrie Rickey.

BOOGEYMAN 1 1/2 stars. In this a vaporous and vacuous horror film, Tim (Barry Watson) has more than skeletons in his closet. While stylishly filmed and edited, “Boogeyman” is filled with every imaginable fright cliche. In the end, there really is nothing to fear but fear itself. PG-13 (horror, violence) – David Hiltbrand.

BORN INTO BROTHELS 3 1/2 stars. The Oscar-winning documentary follows a Western photographer as she befriends a group of children living in Calcutta’s red light district. This beautiful-looking film provides a glimpse into a taboo subculture, and shows how the energy, and innocence, of children can be found – and fostered – in even the bleakest spots on Earth. No MPAA rating (adult themes, profanity, poverty and squalor) – Steven Rea.

BRIDE AND PREJUDICE 2 1/2 stars. Gurinder Chadha”s Spice-Girls-Go-Bollywood update of the similarly-titled Jane Austen classic stars the beauteous Aishwarya Rai as a spirited Indian woman who catches the eye of American hotelier Martin Henderson. 1 hr. 51 PG-13 (sexual candor) – Carrie Rickey.

BRIGHT LEAVES 3 stars. Ross McElwee’s poignant film diary about the mixed legacy of Big Tobacco in his native North Carolina and in his own family. 1 hr. 47 No MPAA rating (brief surgical sequences) – Carrie Rickey.

BROADWAY: THE GOLDEN AGE 3 1/2 stars. Rick McKay has done the theater world, and theater historians – and, certainly, theater fans – an enormous service with his fascinating oral history of Broadway’s glory days. Boasting more than 100 interviews with performers, playwrights and composers, the documentary is alive with the memories, and the enduring spirit, of the stage. No MPAA rating (mild profanity) – Steven Rea.

THE CHORUS 2 1/2 stars. A French box office hit and 2005 Oscar nominee, this feel-good affair is about a music instructor at a grim boarding school for troubled boys, who teaches his class to sing, inspiring them to great things. It’s “Monsieur Holland’s Opus.” PG-13 (violence, boarding school cruelty) – Steven Rea.

THE CLAY BIRD 3 stars. This compelling, beautifully shot film traces one family’s transition during the late “60s in East Pakistan, on the eve of civil war and independence as Bangladesh. The story is wonderfully told, and the acting matches it. In Bengali with subtitles. No MPAA rating – Howard Shapiro.

CLOSER 3 stars. Jude Law, Julia Roberts, Clive Owen and Natalie Portman star in this four-way roundelay about lust, longing and the cruel things people do to one another in the name of love. Directed, with much cool sophistication, by Mike Nichols, working from playwright Patrick Marber’s own screen adaption. R (profanity, nudity, adult themes) – Steven Rea.

COACH CARTER 3 stars. Samuel L. Jackson stars in this stand-up-and-cheer inspirational about the real-life basketball coach who believed that students athletes should be scholars first and jocks second. PG-13 (sexual innuendo, discreet drug references, violence, profanity) – Carrie Rickey.

CONSTANTINE 2 1/2 stars. Keanu Reeves stars as an exorcist sleuth who has been to hell and back again in this entertaining adaptation of the comic book series “Hellblazer.” A great cast – led by Rachel Weisz and Tilda Swinton – and beautiful photography give this pulpy mix of hardboiled detective business and supernatural thrills a classy sheen. R (violence, language, demonic stuff) – Steven Rea.

CURSED 1 1/2 stars. Christina Ricci stars in a flea-bitten modern werewolf fable that’s scary for all the wrong reasons. This monster movie is a real shaggy dog. PG-13 (violence, sexual references, nudity, language) – David Hiltbrand.

DIARY OF A MAD BLACK WOMAN 3 stars. This let go, let God and let “er rip! film written by and featuring gospel playwright Tyler Perry stars Kimberly Elise as an abandoned wife who finds the balance between the salty humor of her grandmother and the sweet faith of her mom. PG-13 (brief drugs, sexual crudity) – Carrie Rickey.

ELEKTRA 2 stars. Jennifer Garner, she of the high cheekbones and “Alias” hairpieces, stars as a comely assassin in this relentlessly solemn adaptation of the Marvel Comic. It’s “Kill Bill” without irony, and without Quentin Tarantino’s flair – and without Uma Thurman, for that matter. PG-13 (violence, profanity) – Steven Rea.

EMPATHY 3 stars. The private transactions between psychoanalyst and patient are opened up – and prodded, poked and slyly reproved – in Amie Siegel’s deft deconstruction of the psychiatric trade. A funny, multilayered mix of documentary and fiction, unsettling and provocative. No MPAA rating (adult themes, profanity) – Steven Rea.

END OF THE CENTURY: THE STORY OF THE RAMONES 3 stars. A winning rock doc that chronicles the birth, glory days and waning years of the quartet of middle-class geeks who unwittingly spawned the punk movement. Gabba gabba hey! No MPAA rating (profanity, adult themes) – Steven Rea.

ENDURING LOVE 2 stars. Roger Michell doesn”t so much adapt Ian McEwan”s nuanced meditation on the varieties of amour, both romantic and obsessional, as he eviscerates it and waves its entrails. With Daniel Craig as a rational man stalked by the irrational Rhys Ifans. 1 hr. 40 R (sexual candor, profanity, violence) – Carrie Rickey.

FADE TO BLACK 3 stars. The film mythologizing Jay-Z”s “farewell concert” last year at Madison Square Garden captures a celestial moment when the stars of hip-hop and R & B are in glittering alignment. R (profanity, sexually candid lyrics) – Carrie Rickey.

FAT ALBERT 1 1/2 stars. Kenan Thompson, of “Saturday Night Live” and Nickelodeon’s “Kenan & Kel,” does the best he can in a fat suit and a size XXXL red crewneck while being forced to say “hey hey hey” a thousand times or so. Alas, this eternally sunny character’s mantra, “I don’t have a problem, I solve problems,” makes for paltry dramatic tension. PG (momentary profanity) – Karen Heller.

FEAR AND TREMBLING 3 1/2 stars. A cutting, captivating comic gem, about a European woman (Sylvie Testud) in love with all things Japanese who goes to work at a large Tokyo firm. Alain Corneau’s picture, adapted from a best-selling autobiographical novel, offers an immersion course in Japanese culture and the seemingly impassable divide between East and West. No MPAA rating (language, adult themes) – Steven Rea.

FINDING NEVERLAND 2 stars. Johnny Depp stars as “Peter Pan” author James M. Barrie in this twee and fuzzy melodrama about the inspiration the Scotsman got from four London lads, and how he hid in a fantasy world to escape his not-so-happy life. 1 hr. 46 PG (adult themes, language) – Steven Rea.

FORCES OF NATURE 1 star. The latest Imax offering, this time about natural disasters, is a lazy piece of business, a National Geographic special thrown up against the great domed wall to see if it will stick. It doesn’t. Great visuals of a volcano and tornados, but the music is ghastly and the science minimal. No MPAA rating (volcano, earthquake and tornado images may be overpowering for small children) – Karen Heller.

GOZU 1 star. This surreal Japanese crime comedy about a young gangster who is ordered to kill his mentor combines the quirky grotesquerie of a David Lynch film with the viscous bio-horror that is a David Cronenberg signature. No MPAA rating (nudity, sex, violence, gore) – Carrie Rickey.

HEAD IN THE CLOUDS 1 1/2 stars. Charlize Theron, Penelope Cruz and Stuart Townsend star in a decades-spanning romantic melodrama, full of war and wardrobe changes. The “30s/’40s period piece strives for the Euro-eroticism of “The Unbearable Lightness of Being,” but it’s phony and prettied-up, and not a soul is convincing. R (nudity, sex, profanity, violence, adult themes) – Steven Rea.

HEAD-ON 3 stars. Two Turks living in Hamburg meet in a mental ward and marry for convenience in Fatih Akin’s stormy, multicultural melodrama – a melodrama grounded in the real world, thanks to the performances of its charismatic stars, Birol Unel and Sibel Kekilli. No MPAA rating (nudity, sex, violence, drugs, profanity) – Steven Rea.

THE HEART OF ME 3 stars. Effective melodrama about a “30s London solicitor (Paul Bettany) torn between his decorous wife (Olivia Williams) and her passionate bohemian sister (Helena Bonham Carter), a love triangle that takes a decade and death for the survivors to resolve. R (nudity, sex) – Carrie Rickey.

HIDE AND SEEK 2 stars. Robert De Niro and kid actor Dakota Fanning star as a father and daughter recovering from the loss of their wife/mom in this grim, voyeuristic study of child abuse disguised as a creepy-crawly horror tale. R (violence, scares, language) – Steven Rea.

HITCH 3 stars. Just what the date doctor ordered. This irresistible comedy stars Will Smith as the dating strategist in need of his own playbook when around the heart-stopping Eva Mendes. Hilarious Kevin James is Smith’s star pupil and supermodel Amber Valleta as the babe he loves. Directed by Andy Tennant. 1 hr. 54 PG-13 (mild profanity, sexual references) – Carrie Rickey.

HOTEL RWANDA 3 1/2 stars. Don Cheadle is superb as the real-life hotelier who saved more than 1,200 countrymen during the massacre of nearly a million Rwandans in 1994. PG-13 (violence, disturbing images, profanity) – Carrie Rickey.

HOUSE OF FLYING DAGGERS 4 stars. Zhang Yimou’s epic 9th century saga is to martial arts movies what “The Third Man” was to thrillers, or “Red River” to Westerns. It’s beautiful, and brilliant. Zhang Ziyi stars as the dashing, blind heroine who may or may not be the ringleader of a pesky band of freedom fighters. PG-13 (violence, sexuality) – Steven Rea.

THE INCREDIBLES 4 stars. A movie with the sweet soul of “Toy Story” and the boisterous spirit of “Spy Kids,” Brad Bird’s eye-popping cartoon boasts a pro-family, pro-tort-reform agenda and a witty, atomic-modern style. It resembles the way the future looked circa 1963, if pop artist Roy Lichtenstein had designed rocketships for NASA and ranchers for suburban developers. PG (animated violence, suspense, suitable for children 4 and older) – Carrie Rickey.

IN GOOD COMPANY 3 stars. That rare intergenerational scenario in which a company man (Dennis Quaid) has more to teach than to learn from a corporate shark (Topher Grace) who is half his age, half the man he is and hired to be his boss. With Scarlett Johansson. PG-13 (sexual innuendo, profanity) – Carrie Rickey.

INSIDE DEEP THROAT 3 stars. This documentary about the 1972 sex pic starring Linda Lovelace lays the hyperbole on, crediting “Deep Throat” with singlehandedly spawning the sexual revolution, but it’s nonetheless a fascinating tale of erstwhile indie filmmaking and the power of porn to generate change – both at the box office and in the bedroom. NC-17 (explicit sex, profanity, adult themes) – Steven Rea.

KINSEY 3 stars. Liam Neeson stars as the celebrated (and condemned) sex researcher in this entertaining and enlightening biopic. Laura Linney is the grad-student-turned-spouse who was Kinsey’s intellectual and emotional anchor – and his partner, up to a point, in sexual discovery. Flawed but satisfying, and smartly put together by filmmaker Bill Condon. 1 hr. 58 R (language, nudity, sex, adult themes) – Steven Rea.

LEMONY SNICKET’S A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS 3 stars. If you are interested in happy endings, you would be better off buying a ticket to some other film than “Lemony Snicket’s.” The flaw of Brad Silberling’s agreeably disagreeable film is Jim Carrey, who is too much of a bad thing as Uncle Olaf. PG (scary situations, not suitable for children under 6) – Carrie Rickey.

THE LIFE AQUATIC WITH STEVE ZISSOU 3 1/2 stars. A fanciful sea-faring yarn about a famous oceanographer (Bill Murray) and his hapless crew, searching for a killer shark. Owen Wilson, Cate Blanchett, Anjelica Huston and Willem Dafoe are a few of the actors playing oddballs in this elaborate, eccentric pic from the director of “Rushmore” and “Royal Tenenbaums.” 1 hr. 58 R (nudity, profanity, violence, adult themes) – Steven Rea.

LIGHTNING IN A BOTTLE 3 stars. Blues luminaries, young and old, are captured at an all-star tribute in this slick and smartly packaged concert film. Performers include B.B. King, Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, James “Blood” Ulmer, Hubert Sumlin, John Hammond, Bonnie Raitt, John Fogerty, Chuck D., David “Honeyboy” Edwards, Ruth Brown and Odetta. PG-13 (profanity, archival images) – Steven Rea.

A LOVE SONG FOR BOBBY LONG 2 1/2 stars. Stunning cinematography, a jambalaya storyline and another heart-stopping performance by Scarlett Johansson distinguish Shainee Gabel”s coming-of-age feature set on the sagging end of New Orleans. R (profanity and sexual references) – Carrie Rickey.

THE MACHINIST 3 stars. Director Brad Anderson”s elegant and shatteringly creepy portrait of an insomniac stars a skeletal Christian Bale, haunted and haunting. R (violence, profanity, horror imagery, nudity, sexual candor) – Carrie Rickey.

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE 3 1/2 stars. Michael Radford”s condensed version of Shakespeare”s most morally challenging play is crisp and lucid. It boasts remarkable performances by Al Pacino as the ferocious Shylock who has been so grievously wronged that his revenge must be right, and Lynn Collins as a formidable Portia who hypocritically entreats Shylock to show mercy even though she shows him none. R (nudity) – Carrie Rickey.

MILLION DOLLAR BABY 4 stars. Clint Eastwood directs, and stars with Hilary Swank and Morgan Freeman, in this heartbreakingly great movie about a diner waitress determined to be a prizefighter. The time-honored conventions of the boxing movie are served up with absolute finesse, but then the pic goes deep and dark into themes that strike at the core of human experience. PG-13 (violence, language, adult themes) – Steven Rea.

MOOLAADE 3 1/2 stars. In Ousmane Sembene”s triumphant film about tribal women in Burkina Faso who resist genital circumcision for their daughters, it takes a village to raise a consciousness. No MPAA rating (discreet sex, surgical euphemism, violence) – Carrie Rickey.

NOTRE MUSIC 3 stars. Jean-Luc Godard”s stunning triptych of war, meditation and peace is the filmmaker”s guided tour through the horrors of carnage, the challenges of purgatory and the promise of paradise. No MPAA rating (war carnage) – Carrie Rickey.

PAPER CLIPS 2 1/2 stars. A touching an inspiring chronicle of a middle school assignment in rural Tennessee that grew into a uniquely interactive Holocaust memorial. G (suitable for those older than 7) – Carrie Rickey.

THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA 1 1/2 stars. This white elephant of movie that lumbers from dripping catacomb to dropping chandelier was adapted by Joel Schumacher from Andrew Lloyd Webber”s Broadway blockbuster. The dewdrop in this moldering enterprise is Emmy Rossum as Christine, Beauty to the Phantom’s Beast. PG-13 (violence, threat of sexual violence) – Carrie Rickey.

RORY O’SHEA WAS HERE 3 stars. This Irish buddy pic about two blokes with severe disabilities is full of formulaic uplift and button-pushing emotional moments, but also full of heart. Both stars – James McAvoy and Steven Robertson – are utterly convincing. It’s of a genre that’s hard to argue with, addressing the essential human need for dignity, freedom and mastery over one’s life. R (profanity, adult themes) – Steven Rea.

THE SEA INSIDE 3 stars. Javier Bardem gives a brilliant performance as a quadrapalegic fighting for the right to end his life, in this sweet, sad, sometimes deftly comic Spanish film. Based on the true story of Ramon Sampedro. PG-13 (language, adult themes) – Steven Rea.

SIDEWAYS 4 stars. Alexander Payne”s exhilarating, edgy and wryly comic buddy film about fortyish guys, a depressed intellectual and an affable lightweight, who embark on a bachelor debauch to the California wine country before the latter”s marriage. With Paul Giamatti, Thomas Haden Church, Virginia Madsen and Sandra Oh. R (sexual candor, profanity, brief drugs) – Carrie Rickey.

SO CLOSE 3 stars. Fun Hong Kong action melodrama about sister assassins and the female cop tracking them down. If stiletto-heeled heroines outfoxing dunderheaded males are what you’re looking for, seek no more. No MPAA rating (violence, adult themes, profanity) – Steven Rea.

SON OF THE MASK 1 star. A callow comedy sequel that serves up curdled gobs of antic schtick concerning that supernatural mask and the trouble it causes anyone that wears it. Jamie Kennedy, playing a milquetoast cartoonist and reluctant family man, replaces Jim Carrey (ha!) as star. PG (cartoon violence, profanity) – Steven Rea.

SPANGLISH 3 1/2 stars. James Brooks” exceptional feature starring Tea Leoni and Adam Sandler as an affluent Bel-Air couple who hire as a nanny an illegal alien, Paz Vega. With Cloris Leachman, Shelbie Bruce and Sarah Steele. PG-13 (sex, mild profanity) – Carrie Rickey.

THE SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS MOVIE 3 stars. For adults not yet initiated into the cult of SpongeBob, prepare to be swabbed by the porous yellow innocent with googly eyes, bucktooth grin, and cardboard-box shorts. “The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie” gets a charge from the way its hero matter-of-factly breaches the membrane between second and third dimensions. PG (sponge and starfish nudity) – Carrie Rickey.

TARNATION 3 stars. An autobiographical document captured on film and video, this Sundance hit was godfathered, in its final stages, by Gus Van Sant and John Cameron Mitchell. It’s the story of filmmaker Jonathan Caouette’s life, riddled with trauma, tragedy. Not always easy to watch, this fractured personal history is imbued with heart-crushing sincerity. No MPAA rating (language, adult themes) – Steven Rea.

TO BE AND TO HAVE 3 1/2 stars. An unfancy, fascinating documentary that takes the viewer inside a single classroom schoolhouse in rural France, where a dedicated teacher works with a dozen kids, ages 3-11, imparting lessons in penmanship and poetry, grammar and games. It’s a movie every teacher should see, and every parent, too. No MPAA rating – Steven Rea.

UNCLE NINO 2 stars. A loveable old coot from the Old Country arrives in the States for the first time and teaches his uptight, multi-tasking relatives how to stop and smell the roses – and plant a vegetable garden while they’re at it. 1 hr. 44 PG (mild profanity) – Steven Rea.

VERA DRAKE 3 1/2 stars. Heartbreaking drama set in 1950 London that stars Imelda Staunton as the title character, a bottomless kettle of benevolence. What Vera calls “helping women out,” the authorities call abortion. Directed by Mike Leigh. R (sexual candor and abortion candor) – Carrie Rickey.

A VERY LONG ENGAGEMENT 3 stars. Audrey Tautou is reunited with her “Amelie” director in this big, beautiful love story, a World War I saga about a woman’s search for her missing, believed-dead fiance. It’s kind of like “Cold Mountain” with French people, and without Jude Law. R (violence, sexuality) – Steven Rea.

THE WEDDING DATE 2 stars. In director Clare Kilner’s icky inversion of “Pretty Woman,” Debra Messing hires gigolo Dermot Mulroney to squire her to her sister’s nuptials. PG-13 (sexual candor, posterior nudity, profanity) – Carrie Rickey.

WHITE NOISE 2 stars. Michael Keaton stars as a architect who starts hearing voices, and seeing pictures, on his audio and video equipment. He thinks it’s his dead wife trying to send him warnings. He could be right. A cable-ready thriller with elements of “The Sixth Sense” and “The Ring,” but with neither the style nor the smarts. PG-13 (violence, profanity, creepy stuff) – Steven Rea.

THE WOODSMAN 3 stars. Kevin Bacon gives a tough, taut performance as a convicted sex offender out on parole, trying to steer clear of his personal demons, in this quietly observed drama. With Eve, Mos Def, Kyra Sedgwick and Benjamin Bratt. R (adult themes, profanity, sexual situations) -Steven Rea.


4 stars: Excellent; 3 stars: Good; 2 stars: Fair; 1 star: Poor

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