A Canadian romantic comedy by director Deepa Mehta falls flat while trying to make fun of both Bollywood and Hollywood clichés. Its Indian-Canadian hero (Rahul Khanna), under pressure from his mom to date a nice Indian girl, hires an escort (Lisa Ray) he assumes is Hispanic and asks her to pretend she's Indian. (Not rated)
Joseph Fiennes flashes fiery eyes and makes thunderous speeches as Martin Luther, in a dull costume drama about how the rebel German monk started the Reformation in the early 1500s. (PG-13)
My Life Without Me
Sarah Polley and Mark Ruffalo have trouble breathing life into a drab drama about a young cleaning woman who, after a fatal diagnosis, embraces life fully—albeit briefly.