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  • Valentine's Day (PG-13)

    Though not unlike a feature film in many respects, this succession of images, words, and music from goo-slinger extraordinaire Garry Marshall (Pretty Woman) is actually a finely tuned, demographically refined delivery system for the purest synthetic comedy substitutes Hollywood has to offer. more...
  • Valentino: The Last Emperor (PG-13)

    Part celebrity dish, part business journalism, this illuminating 2008 documentary about the legendary Italian designer Valentino Garavani spans the tumultuous final two years of his decades-long reign as one of the most successful innovators in the fashion industry. more...
  • Valkyrie (PG-13)

    Every good caper movie offers an assortment of vividly rendered conspirators, a requirement unfulfilled by the German postage stamps who populate this World War II adventure. more...
  • Valley of the Dolls (PG-13)

    Too dull even to function as camp, Mark Robson's 1967 adaptation of Jacqueline Susann's best-selling show-business exposé stars Barbara Parkins, Patty Duke, Sharon Tate, and Martin Milner, and features a late appearance by the genre's founding figure, Susan Hayward. more...
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  • Vampire Academy
  • Vampire Academy (PG-13)

    "They suck at school," announces the poster for this high school horror comedy, but in point of fact the whole movie sucks. more...
  • Vampires Suck (PG-13)

    Movie parodists Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer (Disaster Movie, Meet the Spartans) wrote and directed this spoof of vampire movies in general and the Twilight franchise in particular. more...
  • Veronica Mars (PG-13)

    On the verge of accepting a job at a high-powered New York law firm, former teenage sleuth Veronica Mars (Kristen Bell) is lured back to her hometown by an old flame to solve a murder, conveniently arriving on the same weekend as their ten-year high school reunion. more...
  • Victor Frankenstein
  • Victor Frankenstein (PG-13)

    In this cartoonish adaptation of Frankenstein, the title character (James McAvoy) is a dandyish lout and the story unfolds from the perspective of his assistant, Igor (Daniel Radcliffe). more...
  • The Visitor (PG-13)

    Richard Jenkins, the balding, bespectacled character actor best known as the ghostly father on HBO's Six Feet Under, gets the role of a lifetime in this powerful second film (2008) by writer-director Thomas McCarthy (The Station Agent). more...
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  • The Vow (PG-13)

    Two bland, materialistic WASPs (Channing Tatum, Rachel McAdams) must rebuild their marriage from scratch after the wife loses her memory in an accident. more...