By EW Staff
Updated May 02, 2003 at 04:00 AM EDT


THE BELIEVER Ryan Gosling (Palm Pictures, unrated) Gosling stuns as a seething Jewish neo-Nazi in a fierce film about beliefs and tradition. A-

BLOODY SUNDAY James Nesbitt (Paramount, R) A poignant drama depicting the deadly standoff between Irish Catholics and the British police in 1972. A

THINGS BEHIND THE SUN Kim Dickens (Showtime, R) Allison Anders’ moving film follows a music journalist and a singer connected by a haunting event. A-


CATCH ME IF YOU CAN (DreamWorks, PG-13) Frank Abagnale Jr. (Leo DiCaprio) makes fakin’ it look pretty easy until a tireless FBI agent (Tom Hanks) comes along.

THE EMPEROR’S CLUB (Universal, PG-13) Kevin Kline gets a little shaken up when a new student brings a modern spin to his traditional classics class.

THE JACK RYAN SPECIAL EDITION DVD COLLECTION (Paramount, PG, R, PG-13) Alec Baldwin, Harrison Ford, and Ben Affleck take turns as Uber-agent Jack Ryan.

THE WAY HOME (Paramount, PG) The touching tale of a modern young boy who learns to appreciate his deaf and mute village grandmother.

SMOKERS ONLY (Strand, R) Clearly not set in newly smoke-free NYC: A struggling musician and a prostitute become engaged in a sordid, dangerous relationship.