Triple Threat: Xavier Dolan wrote, directed, and stars in Heartbeats, which won the 2010 Sydney Film Festival's Sydney Film Prize and was selected for the 2010 Cannes Film Festival. Mifilifilms Inc. hide caption

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Tony Curtis (left) and Burt Lancaster star in Sweet Smell of Success, which was restored by the Criterion Collection and out on DVD this week. Criterion Collection hide caption

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DVD Picks: 'Sweet Smell Of Success'

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I Am Number Four is adapted from The Lorien Legacies, the sci-fi young adult series from the James Frey fiction factory. John Bramley/Buena Vista Pictures hide caption

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'I Am Number Four': Can We Demand A Recount?

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'Dark' Shadowed: Julie Taymor's $65 million stage musical has been dogged by problems — most seriously, an in-performance fall that sent stuntman Christopher Tierney (pictured) to the hospital in late December. Jacob Cohl/AP hide caption

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'Spider-Man': Don't Be So Quick To Write Off The Dark

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Concrete Jungle: Young lovers (Emily Blunt, James McAvoy) try to transcend the long-simmering rivalry between their brightly colored garden-gnome families. Don't expect a story of too much woe: It's a kid-friendly animated adaptation of the classic. Buena Vista Pictures hide caption

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Chip Off The Old Shoulder: Josh (Rhys Wakefield, left) and his famous explorer father, Frank (Richard Roxburgh), must navigate their way through a cave system that floods after a sudden storm. Jasin Boland/Universal Pictures hide caption

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For An Underwater Epic, 'Sanctum' Is A Tad Shallow

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Combustible: Thomas Dekker (right) plays Smith, a sexually ambiguous freshman who lusts after London (Juno Temple) — as well as his surfer roommate, a hot-tub designer and two mysterious women in his dreams. Marianne Williams/IFC Films hide caption

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The Long Route Home: Colin Farrell (left) and Ed Harris star in director Peter Weir's survival epic, about a group of prisoners banished to a Siberian gulag — and their astonishing march across thousands of miles to India. Newmarket Films hide caption

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'The Way Back': An Epic Escape, Short On Drama

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Thicker Than What? Ned (Liev Schreiber, left) and his family (Ezra Miller, Skyler Fortgang and Helen Hunt) run into an ocean of issues in Richard Levine's Every Day. Image Entertainment hide caption

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John Wayne as Ethan Edwards in 1956's The Searchers. Warner Bros./AP hide caption

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Git Along, Little Dogies: Bob Mondello Rustles You Up A Western Starter Kit

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Mom's The Word: Annette Bening (left) and Julianne Moore play a comically yin-yang couple in The Kids Are All Right. Suzanne Tenner/Focus Features hide caption

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Mondello: For Movie Lovers, It Was A Very Good Year

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Bitter, sweet: Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams dance a wrenching two-step in Derek Cianfrance's relationship drama Blue Valentine. Davi Russo/The Weinstein Co. hide caption

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Three Unpretty Pictures Open Just In Time For Oscar

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'True Grit,' Then And Now

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