With a quiet brutality and sense of vulnerability, Zoe Saldana establishes herself as a superstar in Colombiana, opening in theaters nationwide tonight.

The Avatar star brings a level of haunting viciousness to the screen, but coupled with a back story that would make anything less seem simply naïve.

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Simply put, Don't Be Afraid of the Dark is the horror film of the summer.

This might not be something you'd expect from Katie Holmes, but director Guillermo del Toro gets the most from this actress in a flick that opens today and is described as a "devilish delight" by our pals at Movie Fanatic.

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If you are looking for vampires who embrace humans and even fall in love with them, Breaking Dawn opens on November 18.

But if you're in the mood for an old fashioned tale about a blood sucker with pure disdain for our kind, purchase a ticket for Fright Night. It hits theaters tomorrow and it sets Colin Ferrell loose as Jerry (yes, Jerry), a vampire who causes nothing but problems for Anton Yelchin's Charley Brewster.

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Whether you love Glee or hate Glee, there's no disputing its impact on society.

When was the last time a television show created such far-reaching buzz, from the small screen to the music world to the LGBT community? And, now, theaters across the country, thanks to the two-week run of the Glee: The 3D Concert Movie, which opens today.

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Final Destination 5 hasn't changed its premise much from the original ... or any of the first three sequels. But that doesn't make it any less enjoyable.

Like the rest of the franchise, seeing this film in the theater offers both an expansive big-screen viewing effect and the power of watching it with an audience.

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While Hollywood’s history of book adaptations is hit or miss, director Tate Taylor’s film version of The Help should not leave any fans of the book disappointed.

Emma Stone, Octavia Spencer, Viola Davis and Bryce Dallas Howard star in the movie, in theaters this weekend, based on the novel by Kathryn Stockett.

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The Change-Up, while hardly an original idea (how many times have we seen the body switch comedy), more than holds its own thanks to its two terrific leads.

Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman carry the Judd Apatow-meets-Farrelly Brothers-style romp, one that ends up being more heartfelt than you might imagine.

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Movie reviews of Stephen K. Bannon's Sarah Palin documentary The Undefeated are about what you'd expect. Not great from the LAME-stream media, with staunch defenders on the other end of the political spectrum.

Aside from being erroneously titled (even if you don't count the 2008 presidential election, Palin lost a 2002 bid for Lt. Governor of Alaska all on her own), the film is essentially a troop-rallying campaign infomercial.

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