See today's Weekend section -- which this week introduces revamped film coverage -- for Quick Take reviews on new film openings and comprehensive coverage of all the movies currently showing. (You'll continue to find in-depth reviews of select films in Style.) For past film reviews and articles, go to www.washingtonpost.com/movies.

Also opening this week:

The Constant Gardener (R, 129 minutes): Ralph Fiennes and Rachel Weisz star in an espionage tale based on the John le Carre novel of the same name. Fiennes portrays a British diplomat stationed in Africa, and Weisz is his wife, whose murder leads to revelations about her secret life. Oscar-nominated filmmaker Fernando Meirelles ("City of God") directs. Area theaters. Read Stephen Hunter's review at www.washingtonpost.com/movies.

Funny Ha Ha (not rated, 89 minutes): Young adults navigate post-college life in a "Slacker"-style comedy from first-time writer-director Andrew Bujalski. At the AFI Silver Theatre. Read Ann Hornaday's Quick Take in Weekend, Page 32.

A Sound of Thunder (PG-13, 102 minutes): Edward Burns, Ben Kingsley and Catherine McCormack star in a time-travel adventure based on a Ray Bradbury short story. Area theaters. Warner Bros. did not screen this film in time for a Quick Take.

Underclassman (PG-13, 95 minutes): This comedy features Nick Cannon as a detective working undercover at an elite prep school. Read Teresa Wiltz's Quick Take in Weekend, Page 33.