NEW AND UPCOMING MOVIES | Here's our roundup of the best movies in theaters now, plus all the most exciting new trailers!

We break down the new Dark Knight Rises trailer, screencap by screencap

You've seen the preview for The Dark Knight Rises and read the synopsis of the teaser footage. Now check out over twenty scenes from the latest trailer with annotations. Anne Hathaway loves symbolism! More »

In The Adventures of Tintin, Spielberg nukes the fridge the right way

Despite boasting internationally lauded source material, the most famous populist auteur in film history, and lavish special effects, The Adventure of Tintin is a tough sell stateside. More »

Watch the first trailer for Peter Jackson's The Hobbit now!

Here it is! The first ever trailer for Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey! Head back to Rivendell with Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) and Gandalf (Sir Ian McKellen), complete with beautiful dwarf songs! More »

Nostalgia for cyberpunk haunts The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is the second retelling in less than a decade of Stieg Larsson's preternaturally gripping book about hackers, investigative journalists, rape and murder. More »

Frame-by-Frame Breakdown of the Prometheus Trailer: Who Is That Man?

We broke down Ridley Scott's brand new trailer for Prometheus shot-by-shot and uncovered some very interesting clues as to what this Alien prequel is really all about. More specifically, who the hell is that guy (aliens?) messing around on the Space Jockey's ship? More »

Mission Impossible IV: Pure Crazy Candy

By all rights, a fourth Mission Impossible film should be a disaster. A played-out film series, a leading man who's pushing 50 and a tired Cold War premise should add up to total boredom. But somehow, instead, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol is a splashy festival of crazy. More »

The first G.I. Joe: Retaliation trailer promises Real American Insanity

The new trailer for Jon Chu's G.I. Joe sequel is here, and it looks like a 1980s cartoon! I say this as high praise, mind you - this is a movie about ninjas, guns, ninjas posing, COBRA taking over the White House, ninjas climbing mountains, The Rock sweating and grimacing, Bruce Willis glowering and perspiring, and all modern warfare basically being boiled down to ninjas. More »

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows is Gayer, Steamier, and Explodier Than Before

If you weren't sure whether steampunk had gone mainstream, the new Sherlock Holmes movie should convince you. This is the second entry in smart-macho director Guy Ritchie's reimagined Victorian detective franchise, where the cerebral Holmes uses his brains to deliver the perfect punch and Watson is his gun nut buddy. More »

Our future robot overlords will be obsessed with Martin Scorsese's Hugo

There's no actual robot in Martin Scorsese's new movie Hugo - although there is a totally gorgeous clockwork man, whose workings are nothing short of magical. But the whole movie is a celebration of the earliest roots of our rising cyber-culture. More »

Will Smith time-jumps (off the Chrysler Building) in the new Men in Black 3 trailer

The new trailer for the latest Men in Black flick is out. What's your verdict: a welcome throwback or an unnecessary sequel 10 years after the fact? More »

In A Dangerous Method, we find out what really caused Freud's sexual frustration

For some, Sigmund Freud's name is synonymous with medical quackery and sexual obsession. But in David Cronenberg's new movie about Freud's circle of colleagues in the 1910s and 20s, the founder of psychoanalysis emerges as a complicated figure. More »

Wrath of the Titans trailer promises more monsters, more metal, and more hair

Sam Worthington has grown his hair out into some kind of late 70s/early 80s disaster fluff, Liam Neeson's beard is beardier than ever, and Marilyn Manson is moaning on the soundtrack. What, you need more than that to convince you that Wrath of the Titans is going to be your new monster-based guilty pleasure? More »

The New Muppet Movie is The Real Thing

About halfway through the new Muppet movie, a TV executive in a nice suit explains to the Muppets that they're not famous any more. They've literally fallen off the cultural map. More »

Arthur Christmas sullies the House of Claus, but will make you a believer

Arthur Christmas may look like your generic store-bought egg nog holiday treat. But this coming-of-age Santa Claus feature humanizes the people of the North Pole by turning them into the fallen heroes and not-so-perfect parents from our past. It will make you laugh then make you cry. More »