• We're trying something new with our movie reviews. First up: "Revolutionary Road."
  • Jim Carrey has a new movie out called "Yes Man." So, did our critic say, uh, yes or no to it? (Apologies for the pun.)
  • Too early to start thinking about New Year's? Nah, we don't think so.
  • Just in time for Thanksgiving is "Four Christmases," starring Vince Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon. We're going to go ahead and pass on this one like a stale Christmas cookie.
  • "Battle in Seattle" is based on actual activists on the streets of Seattle in 1999, when people protested the first World Trade Organization conference on U.S. soil.
  • It's a 3-D Disney flick. There's a dog with super-powers. Hannah Montana herself, Miley Cyrus, voices one of the characters. What could possibly be wrong with "Bolt"?
  • Bond is back. And he sure knows how to mow down anybody that gets in his way. But one question: What happened to his charm?
  • Filmmaker Robert McAtee, who was born in Louisville, returns to town with his directorial debut, "Trail of Crumbs." Part of the Derby City Film Festival, it shows tonight at 9 p.m.
  • We know Oscar season is still months away, but a little gem called "The House Bunny" should shake things up come awards season. It's smart. It'll make you laugh. Ah, who are we kidding? This movie is awful.
  • Recently, controversy has been swarming around the comedy "Tropic Thunder." And, no, it isn't because Robert Downey Jr. plays a black guy. Click through, and we'll tell you all about it...and if it's still worth your money.
  • So, the sequel to "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" is out. If the audience at the test screening told us anything it's that women are going to like it. Guys? Maybe not so much.
  • So, the presidential election comes down to one man's vote. Who is he? Kevin Costner, of course. Yeah, we didn't think you were buying it.
  • Frankly, we're getting sick of superheroes. And comedy is the only cure we're looking for. Luckily "Step Brothers," which stars Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly, doesn't disappoint.
  • You've heard the hype about "The Dark Knight." We're hear to tell you that it lives up to it. It's a bit deeper than most superhero flicks, but Heath Ledger's turn as the Joker makes it all worth it.
  • In past summers full of blockbuster releases, one man has stood apart: Will Smith. Evidently 2008 is no different.
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