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In “Romeo & Juliet,” opening Friday, Hailee Steinfeld and Douglas Booth play the doomed teenagers in love. They’re in pretty good company, judging by the other actors who’ve played the pair.

When I’m at a movie I find a little too scary or intense for comfort, I write “it’s just a movie” in my notebook. After “Gravity,” my notebook looked like the “All work and no play” pages in “The Shining.”

In “Runner Runner,” opening Friday, Justin Timberlake and Ben Affleck are adversaries in some way, and there’s a poker game involved and probably some running.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays a lothario whose rituals blind him from real life in ‘Don Jon.’

Flight attendants in flim do more than hand out peanuts.

It’s rare to find a movie that layers so much into what appear to be simple events.

A Saudi-born director makes history with "Wadjda," the tale of a girl who longs to ride.

"Thanks for Sharing’s" writer-director finds the funny in a serious subject: sex addiction.